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Five Days of Food Fun – Day 5

We often tell our kids not to play with their food, but this week is an exception! With the school holidays upon us, every day for the next five days I will be posting a food-based activity that your children […]

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Five Days of Food Fun – Day 4

We often tell our kids not to play with their food, but this week is an exception! With the school holidays upon us, every day for the next five days I will be posting a food-based activity that your children […]

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Five Days of Food Fun for Kids – Day 2

We often tell our kids not to play with their food, but this week is an exception! With the school holidays upon us, every day for the next five days I will be posting a food-based activity that your children […]

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Reading Food Labels

When going grocery shopping, we often don’t have an endless amount of time to stroll the aisles comparing and reading food labels on packaged foods. We have even less time when we are accompanied by a small child! I personally […]

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Food Rules

What ‘Food Rules’ do you have at your dinner table? Lets face it, in order to get through dinnertime unscathed with young children, some rules need to be implemented so the entire act of sitting down to a family meal […]

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Healthy Eating Tips For The Family

Firstly, let it be known, I’m not the World’s best mum, and my children don’t always eat perfectly, however, we aim to eat well MOST of the time. I often have people ask me what my children eat and how […]

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Are Your Children Eating Enough Fruit and Veg?

With so much of our media recently focusing on what we shouldn’t eat, what foods are toxic/bad for us, what foods should be eliminated from our diets; I thought I would focus on something positive. Something our families SHOULD be […]

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Lets Grow Edible Education this Food Revolution Day

Today is Jamie Oliver’s Food Revolution Day. The theme for 2015 is food education. In particular, Jamie Oliver is calling on all G20 countries to put compulsory practical food education on the school curriculum. If you too are passionate about […]

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The Healthy Harvest and the Australian Curriculum – children’s nutrition

The primary driver for writing The Healthy Harvest was to educate children about healthy eating and where food comes from. To achieve this I wanted the book to not only be educational, but fun, so children can enjoy the topic […]

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Children’s Nutrition and The Importance of “The Healthy Harvest”…it’s more than just a book!

There are three major reasons that prompted me to write “The Healthy Harvest”, and why I believe it is important that every child and their parent/s should read it (and not just because I am biased!!)   I am a […]

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