Drinks Until 6 months old breast/bottle milk is enough.  Once they start solids offer drinks too, but only water.   Fruit juice has too much sugar and should be avoided.  If they do drink juice, make your own and dilute it 1:10 juice to water.  Store-bought juice has added man-made chemicals and is high in sugar and should be avoided. Salt - Avoid Do not add salt to their food.  Check store-bought food not especially formulated for infants for its salt content.  Avoid bread, it can have a very high salt content.  Keep an eye out for the salt content in cheese, hummus, baked...

Washing and storing food properly is essential to maintaining the nutrient quality and longevity of food.  If food is stored properly, it remains fresher for longer.  This prevents you having to throw away food unnecessarily, which may be kinder to your budget. Now could be the perfect time to do an audit of your fridge and pantry, clearing out any unhealthy or out of date items.  When you go to your fridge or pantry, what do you see?  Follow these refrigerator makeover tips to support healthy kids ✅. Are all the packaged or bottled items in date and sealed properly?✅. Are your...

Your child's body is approximately 80% water.  Water helps carry nutrients to tissues and remove metabolic wastes.  It is important to keep up their intake of fresh, filtered water to ensure healthy bodily function.  Aim for approximately 35mils of water for each kilogram of body weight daily.  Make sure they carry a water bottle to school or while playing sports so they remember to drink.  Your child needs to drink more water when exercising – a good guideline is one litre for every hour of exercise.  Just because your child might not notice the effects of not drinking water doesn’t...

Protein Chicken, Soybeans, Fish, Ham, Beef, Cottage cheese, Yoghurt, Skim milk, Turkey, Eggs, Lamb, Nuts, Seeds, Sprouts Vitamin A Norwegian cod liver oil, Liver, Parsley, Carrots, Sweet potatoes, Swiss chard, Spinach, Mango, Butternut squash, Beet greens, Chives, Egg yolk, Watercress, Winter squash, Tomatoes, Cantaloupe, Broccoli Vitamin B1 Brewers yeast, Rice bran, Fresh wheat germ, Sunflower seeds, Pine nuts, Soya milk, Sesame seeds, Peanuts, Pistachio  nuts, Buckwheat, Wheat bran, Rolled oats, Wholemeal pasta, Whey powder, Lima beans, Pinto beans, Mung beans, Peas, Egg yolk, Cornmeal, Brazil nuts, Lentils, Broad beans Vitamin B2 Liver, Brewers yeast, Whey powder, Fresh wheat germ, Almonds, Mushrooms, Egg yolk, Swiss and cheddar cheese,...

Learn how to support your child's IMMUNE SYSTEM & BRAIN FUNCTIONS so they can enjoy the good health they deserve and thrive. General Join our Masterclass and we will inspire and empower you with confidence and knowledge on how to support your child's health and wellbeing so they can enjoy the good health they deserve. Our aim is to ensure your child isn't suffering from treatable or preventable ailments. We offer practical solutions and guidance to help you understand the underlying cause of many childhood illnesses. Armed with this information you will be empowered with knowledge on how to best care for your...

Kefir is currently all the rage in the natural health community. It has many health benefits including its high in essential nutrients and probiotics, This means it is beneficial for digestion and gut health, in fact many people consider it's healthier than yoghurt.. 4 benefits of kefir to support children's health A powerful probiotic Probiotics are the live bacteria living deep within the gut. Kefir is one of the best known sources of these important probiotics, it is a rich and diverse source of bacteria. Kefir may improve symptoms of children's asthma and children's allergies Many children experience allergic reactions, these are caused...

Ingredients 1 cup pistachio nuts 1/2 cup almonds 1/4 teaspoon sea salt 1/4 teaspoon cardamon   Method Place all ingredients into a food processor or blender and blitz until smooth.   Naturopathy Can Help With the Following Childhood Conditions Fiona provides tailored health plans based on a multitude of factors relevant to your child’s symptomology (how they are feeling), pathology (how their body is responding), plus dietary and lifestyle factors. ✅ Digestive complaints – constipation, diarrhoea, loose stools, pain or bloating ✅ Allergies and allergic conditions – such as asthma, eczema or hayfever ✅ Poor Immunity – recurring colds or ear infections ✅ Skin Conditions – rashes, eczema, acne, pimples or allergic reactions ✅ Moods – anxiety, depression or mood...

Health fads come and go, but essential oils have been used reliably and extensively in medicine for thousands of years. Aromatherapy, or essential oil therapy, can be defined as the medicinal use of naturally extracted plant aromas to promote physical and emotional well-being. Aromatic plant extracts have many uses, from treating burns and soothing skin, to alleviating stress and relaxing the mind. On babies older than 3 months, some essential oils can be used to help encourage sleep, calm anxiety, and even relieve symptoms of colic. Before applying essential oils to babies, it’s important to understand proper dilution ratios and application methods. Because essential...

Children’s Autism is a complex condition involving a series of neurodevelopmental disorders characterised by repetitive behaviours, social withdrawal and communication deficits.  These children have significant impairments in social interaction, social skills and communication.  There are two subtypes of autism:  The first type is Regressive Autism and this is the most common form; this is where a child develops normally but between the ages of 12 months to 3 years old starts to loose speech and social skills.  The second type is Infantile Autism; where a child doesn’t reach their developmental milestones.  Signs & symptoms of Children's Autism include: Children's autism symptoms typically become clearly evident during early...

Minerals are naturally occurring substances found in soil and rocks.  They are essential nutrients required to carry out key functions each day for your child’s optimal health.  We get minerals from our diet when we eat plant foods that have absorbed the nutrients directly from the soil.  Minerals are also found in meat from plant-grazing animals.  If a growing child is deprived of any one of the important minerals, various functions may be impaired and therefore a contributing and underlying factor in many common childhood illnesses Minerals play the following roles in Children's Health ✅ Bone and teeth health ✅ Energy production ✅ Nerve and...

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