Healthy Eating

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Age-appropriate nutrition

Kids have changing nutritional needs as they grow.
We customise snack boxes based on your child's age, activity level and body type.

PRE-SCHOOLERS
(3-5 YRS)

  • Approaching school age
  • Eating habits formed
  • Brain is developing fast
  • Needs strong immune system

WHAT TO EAT

Fruits and veggies,
wholegrains and healthy fats

SUITABLE SNACKS

Fruit rolls, bars, nuts and
wholegrain cakes - packed with
vitamins, minerals and fibre


MIDDLE-CHILDHOOD
(6-9 YRS)

  • Establishing peer groups
  • Growing quickly, more active
  • Bones develop in size and strength
  • Higher nutrient needs

WHAT TO EAT

Starchy carbohydrates, proteins,
dairy and five portions of fruit and veg

SUITABLE SNACKS

Yoghurt bites, fruit bars, nut mixes,
wholegrain crackers, apple rings
and blueberries


PRE-TEENS
(10-12 YRS)

  • Physical changes accelerate
  • Susceptible to iron deficiency
  • Intensive bone growth
  • More independent food choices

WHAT TO EAT

Iron rich foods, dairy products
rich in calcium for good bone growth

SUITABLE SNACKS

Yoghurt snacks, snacks with
raisins and apricots


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Sugar Content

Apple

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    15g
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Granola Bar

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CM Snack

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    10g
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