Life stage - Children's health

SHOPPING

How much salt in your kids’ day

It’s easy for sodium to build up over a day....

ADVICE

‘Food swamps’ swallow kids’ choices

How much do you think about the environment around you?...

NEWS

Spice it up

Do your kids leave their veges on the plate no...

NEWS

Using senses promotes vege eating in preschoolers

Sensory-based food education of three to five-year-old children increases their...

ADVICE

Science update: Food allergy developments

The treatment and diagnosis of food allergies has moved forward...

NEWS

Yoghurt for babies may reduce eczema and allergies

Regularly eating yoghurt in the first year of life may...

USEFUL RESOURCES

School lunch box ideas

A healthy, balanced lunch box gives children ‘bounce’ for the...

NEWS

Coffee in-utero may alter child growth

Exposure to moderate to high caffeine levels while in the...

ADVICE

Double your kid’s nutrition

All we want is for our children to be healthy,...

NEWS

Munch a school lunch

A group of 160 Auckland women are calling for healthy...

SHOPPING

How to choose kids’ breakfast cereals

Sending our kids to school on a full stomach sets...

NEWS

Brain-boosting yellow foods

Research at the University of Illinois has found that children...

SHOPPING

Bought vs homemade: Kids’ hidden vege snacks

Adding veges to baking is one way to up kids’...

NEWS

Drink stinks

Crummy water fountains at Wellington parks and playgrounds are a...

NEWS

Home-based model helps obese children

A home-based programme to tackle obesity has the improved health...

NEWS

Home rules help obesity-risk kids

Good habits at home, such as eating breakfast and having...

BLOG

How to shop well on a budget

I was very troubled to read Tuesday morning that the...

NEWS

Childhood obesity reduces quality of life

Child obesity potentially affects quality of life as much as...
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