Lucinda Miller shares her wisdom with Bridget Harrison in The Times. If you child choses to be vegan or vegetairan, how do you ensure they still gets all the nutrients that they need – and in adequate quantities?
Here is good advice on what to do if your child becomes vegetarian or vegan. This is particularly relevant for parents who aren’t vegetarian or vegan themselves and need some practical ideas on how to feed their children (or visiting vegetarians).
We all want our kids to grow up to be strong and resilient. But too often, something like iron deficiency can hold them back. Iron deficiency is very common in children and can affect their health and well-being. Initially, it can just cause general tiredness and struggling to keep on task. But left untreated, anaemia can affect a child’s development, including key milestones such as walking and talking.