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    Advice — Fussy Eaters

    Making Mealtimes Enjoyable for a Fussy Eater [Video]

    Making Mealtimes Enjoyable for a Fussy Eater [Video]

    This week for #WeaningWednesday I discuss five steps toward making mealtimes more enjoyable for your fussy eater. Fussy Eating comes down to your child's relationship with food, and by creating a happy eating environment your child will become more calm and accepting of new foods. 

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    Healthy Lunch Ideas for Kids

    Healthy Lunch Ideas for Kids

    Are you running out of healthy lunch ideas for your little ones? We're here to help! Skip the sandwich routine and introduce variety to your kids' lunches. Our fuss free recipes are great for school lunches, and make great baby led weaning meals on the go. 

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    Top Foods To Help Your Child Focus At School

    Top Foods To Help Your Child Focus At School

    Has your little one's performance at school been slipping? Are they lacking the energy to get through the school day or complete homework? It could have something to do with your child’s diet. Here are our top tips for getting your children back on track during the school week.

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    How to Get Your Kids to Eat More Fruit & Veg

    How to Get Your Kids to Eat More Fruit & Veg

    So how do you get your kids eating more fruits and vegetables? We all know it can be difficult to ensure your little one is getting enough variety of fruits and vegetables in their diet, and getting their 5 a day. Adding vegetables to their lunches and dinners as well as fruit into their breakfast is a great way to get your kids exploring new flavours and textures, including your weaning baby. When trying to get a child to eat more fruit and veg, balance is key so don't force them to try something they are afraid of, simply encourage them.

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    Involving Children in the Cooking Process

    Involving Children in the Cooking Process

    Cooking together with your kids is such a fantastic activity to do together. It's never too late, or too early, to begin the learning curve in the kitchen. Babies watch and absorb the activities of their surroundings. Naming foods aloud and hearing sounds in the kitchen will stimulate a baby's learning. Toddlers like to figure out how things work and learn from simple tasks such as pouring and mixing ingredients together. It may not be the tidiest task to take on, but don’t be afraid of making a mess!

    School going children have better motor skills that allow them to crack eggs and measure ingredients. As they get older and more confident you can move on to activities like whisking, peeling and chopping. Getting your kids involved in the kitchen can help avoid them becoming a fussy eater later on in life. 

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    Children’s Taste Buds

    Children’s Taste Buds

    Here at Mummy Cooks, we explored how genetically modified food can change your children's taste buds and cause them to become picky eaters. The difference between real food and genetically modified food may be affecting our children's taste buds. The development of your child’s taste buds is impacted by everything they place in their mouths. This is why it is so important to introduce your baby to as many tastes, textures and combinations as possible at the weaning stages. This will promote healthy, varied eating habits and most importantly, avoid a fussy eater later on in life.

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