The Importance of Protein for Children’s Growth

The Importance of Protein for Children’s Growth

Blog written by Sarah Jackson, RNutr & Sports Nutritionist from www.nutribloom.co.uk, with support from SR Nutrition. Children need nutrient dense foods which provide them with a good amount of protein, vitamins and minerals to support healthy growth and development. Protein is essential for your child’s growth, maintenance and repair for the…

Making Sense of Food Labels For your Toddler – Part Two

In the first blog, published on Monday, Making Sense of Food Labels For your Toddler – Part One, I wanted to provide a really clear and simple guide to breaking down the key nutrition information on food labels. But there’s still a lot of other information on food packaging that…

Making Sense of Food Labels For your Toddler – Part One

Making Sense of Food Labels For your Toddler

This blog has been written with support from Katarina Martinez Thomas. When it comes to choosing foods for toddlers from the supermarket shelves, it can be a bit of a minefield. Lots of parents ask me what they should be looking out for on toddler food labels, and so I…

Healthy Packed Lunches for Children

Healthy Packed Lunches for Children

This post has been written by  Nutritionist Laura Matthews (BSc, MSc) – previously Head of Nutrition for Jamie Oliver – with support from SR Nutrition. Healthy Packed Lunches for Children I often get asked ‘what should I put in my child’s packed lunch?’. With some children back at school & it being…

National Picnic Week – Picnic Ideas for the Family

It’s officially summer time. Have we missed it being inside? Summer is an ideal time for many things…including PICNICS! I love having a picnic with Raffy, although he definitely gets more distracted eating outside! Anyone else? Anyway, whether we’re in lockdown or not, a picnic is something that can add…

Dairy Free Yoghurt for Children

Earlier this week I wrote all about yoghurts for children, which didn’t include comparisons of plant-based options as I wanted to write about this in a bit more detail. In this blog I’ll go through some of the most common options on the market and compare when they might be…

What Yogurt is Best for my Baby or Toddler?

What Yoghurt is Best for my Baby or Toddler?

I’ve written before about milk for children (see my blogs on milk recommendations and milk after 1), but when I recently shared an Instagram post about yogurts, I received tonnes of messages asking about which ones were best to offer to young children. With the help of Charlotte Radcliffe and…

Handling Leftovers During Weaning

Food Safety When Weaning - Handling Leftovers During Weaning

Written by Jenna Brown @Foodsafetymum In a world where a third of all food produced globally goes to waste, it may (or may not!) come as a surprise to hear that the average UK household wastes the equivalent of EIGHT MEALS a week![1] Whilst I’m positive that not all of…

Weaning Week Awards Finalist

Very excited that I’ve been voted for 2 AWARDS for Weaning Week 2020! I’ve been working in this field for so long and the last couple of years have been blogging, working on social media and designing my new webinars. All to make sure I’m supporting parents on feeding their…

How to Choose a Healthy Breakfast Cereal

How to Choose a Healthy Breakfast Cereal

I recently shared a post on Instagram about breakfast cereals. Which sparked a lot of questions about which ones were best for babies and young children. I’ve previously written a blog about breakfast cereals that are ideal for little ones. But it’s time to update that blog with some more…