If your teenager has announced she wants to become a vegetarian, your first reaction may be dread of cooking separate meals and making sure she gets all the nutrients she needs. However, if she’s serious about giving up meat, it’s important to respect her decision and offer support, even if you stop short of doing
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
Some kids love veg. They happily hoover up their greens with gusto. I’m sure these amazing youngsters exist, but I don’t know any personally. Most kids I know of are at best ambivalent about their veg, at worst positively opposed to the very idea. My own two have their favourites – quite inexplicably both will
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.
How many times have you heard “Breakfast is the most important meal of the day”? Well, those health boffins have a point: Not only can eating breakfast boost your energy first thing in the morning, it can also aid concentration, help stabilise your weight, provide you with extra energy and lower your cholesterol levels. Lack
Vegetarian kids? And you thought they’d got past the fussy eating stage… I spent the first eight years of my son’s life trying to get him to eat vegetables. It didn’t matter how much I rubbed my tummy and licked my lips as I ate mine, or how cleverly I camouflaged them, if he so