Parents Corner

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    'Getting some fresh air' is something we all enjoy doing once in a while. Did you know that the benefits go a whole lot deeper than just clearing your head?
  • Carbs – what’s the deal?

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    It’s very easy to get confused by carbs. Do you love ‘em, hate ‘em or have no idea whether to eat ‘em?
  • Calcium and bones

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    We have what the media has told us is the best way to ensure good bone development for our children - dairy. Right? The story's actually a bit more involved than that.
  • How much sugar is too much?

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    You may have read about sugar being bad for us, maybe even read it on our Bite The Sun website, but do we really know how much sugar we’re giving our children?
  • Different types of sugar

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    Sugar is evil! At least that's the current media message while the powers that be try to cope with a global obesity crisis. But - what is the real story? Are all sugars the same? What are the healthy substitutes?
  • What fruit or vegetable am I?

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    A fun game to play at meal times (or whenever) to improve your child's familiarity with and enjoyment of fruits and veg.
  • Too sweet to be believed

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    Confused by the low calorie sweetener/diet debate? Well, unfortunately things that sound too good to be true generally are - including these beauties!
  • Taste sensitivity

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    Hands up if you know someone who HATES vegetables?
  • Stuck in a food rut?

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    Tips on getting out of that 'we always eat the same things' rut.
  • Fruit and veg made fun!

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    Are you struggling to get something healthy into your child? What if we said we could make this a process your children will actually enjoy?
  • Eating / Not Eating Time

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    What do you do when your child won’t eat? It's immensely stressful and the sort of issue that can become a vicious cycle of upset for you and your child.