Following a dairy-free diet can seem daunting at first but it needn’t be, as your kids can still enjoy great tastes and textures even with a milk protein allergy or dairy intolerance. Luckily Mother Nature provides lots of dairy-free foods naturally rich in calcium, magnesium, vitamin D and vitamin K which your kids will love and thrive on.
Fussy eating can be one of the most stressful and worrying parenting challenges. This article highlights the key problems we are looking out for in a consultation and may provide food for thought if your child is not naturally accepting a nutritious and varied diet.
The Good Stuff shares over 100 family recipes and ideas for healthy and nourishing food that are yummy and easy to prepare. In my experience as a mum of three and a naturopath, finding healthy food that children will actually eat can be a huge challenge. Making it easy is even harder!
I have got to know quite a lot of kids with type 1 diabetes (T1D) over the years and I have seen first-hand, how tough it is to live with this autoimmune disease and manage it well. I am also passionate about gut health and its link with autoimmunity. This is why I got so excited when new research came out last month linking T1D and gut health. Even though it is early days I am hoping that this wealth of information might help to prevent this disease and at the very least may help children with T1D manage this complex condition better.