Essential fatty acids are vital for children’s growth and development. These are acids that out bodies can’t produce on their own so we need to take them in through the foods that we eat. Fat usually gets a bad press but in fact it’s crucial that we consume some fat in our diet and, of
It seems like every week there’s another food that we should avoid or a new super-food that we should be eating. Everyone wants to be healthy and what we eat is an important factor in keeping our bodies going. But how can we make sure that we’re eating the right things and not falling for
Get the kids involved in baking this delicious vegan pizza, made from a cauliflower base and topped with veggies of your choice and a delicious pesto sauce. It’s super healthy, packed full of goodness, vegetarian and vegan friendly, plus is wheat free, dairy free and gluten free! INGREDIENTS 1 cauliflower 2tbsp chia seeds 100g almond flour 2 tbsp oregano
When I was little my Mum used to stand at the front door each morning with a bottle of Minadex in hand – a quick 5ml slurp before school and that was our daily dose of vitamins. And then there was the trauma of the Cod Liver Oil dose to endure too. I’m shuddering at
Allergic reactions to food are more common that you may imagine, causing around 5000 people each year to seek hospital treatment in the UK, and an average of 10 poor souls to die from a severe reaction to foodstuffs. Most of us are, thankfully, immune to most allergic reactions caused by food, but you never
Prep time: 5mins Cook time: 10mins Vegetarian Serves: 2 Suitable from 6months old Ingredients 100g raspberries and 1 large apple, peeled, cored and chopped Method Pop the raspberries into a small pan over a low heat. Simmer for 5-10mins until soft. Puree them remove the raspberry seeds. Allow to cool before serving.