Chewy Chatter

  • Snacking is important for all kids, as long as the snacks are healthy and consumption is controlled. Despite some children not being active in sports and physical exercise, children are already naturally active, so any activity can compensate for their recommended sixty minutes of exercise each day. Playing games like Hide and Seek and What’s […]

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  • There are many different ways you can try to get your kids more interested in new foods. Dr Gillian Harris, a child psychologist from Birmingham, found that children became more adventurous with their food choices, when their parents left the room. This might be because kids feel pressured by parents to “Eat That” or “Why […]

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  • Help! My kids refuse fruit and veg

    by Verena 2017-11-13

    Getting your kids to enjoy fruit and veggies starts with yourself. Eat plenty of fruit and veggies and make sure you express your enjoyment: “mmm, fresh crunchy cucumber is the best when it’s so hot outside….”. Your kids will grow up learning it is totally normal to eat plenty of veggies. Do you already eat […]

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