Let’s make one thing loud and clear: fat doesn’t make you fat. Cutting back on sugar and refined carbohydrates is much more effective. Just give children the right fats.
Fiber is the bit of plants that we can’t digest, but do need. Don’t worry; fibers are not cardboard-like bits or stuff you’ll only find in medieval brown bread.
Within a century we managed to pollute the endless oceans with toxic elements that are man-made: PCB, dioxins and methyl mercury. What are the consequences for eating fish?
Processed foods and drinks are packed with food additives. They’re used for preserving, masking, filling, colouring and flavoring processed food. Check the label.
Wasps and kids have one thing in common: they love fruit. Which is great, because fruit provides them with minerals, vitamins, and fiber. Some tips to raise the intake.
What’s the difference between a radish and a radish you grew yourself? The second one is infinitely more attractive and more tasty. Involve kids: seed, wait, harvest, eat!
GMO stands for Genetically Modified Organism. It’s the process of forcing the DNA of one species into an entirely other species. Sounds clever, but might be a dangerous game.
‘With omega-6’, ‘Calcium added!’, ‘Contains your daily dose of vitamin C.’ Sounds very promising but alas – it’s often the emperor’s new clothes. Be aware.
Children have different body types. As your child grows, healthy weight ranges change. How do you make sure your child keeps or gets a healthy weight?
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