Recent research shows that 58% of 8 year olds can't identify pictures of basic fruits and vegetables such as melon, sweetcorn and cauliflower. As our hectic lifestyles allow less and less time for cooking and feeding our children, and there's so much junk food winking attractively at us from supermarket shelves, our children's health is suffering. In fact, children had a better diet in the 1950s. In HEALTHY FOOD FOR HAPPY KIDS, Suzannah Olivier answers all parents' questions on feeding their children and offers hundreds of ways to make good nutrition fun. In an accessible A-Z format, Suzannah answers such questions as 'What can I do about my fussy child?' , 'I don't have time to cook every day, how can I feed my child healthily?', 'Is my child's behaviour related to his diet?' and 'Can my child's allergy be helped with food?' She also includes invaluable charts to help parents with the nutrition minefield: lunchbox planners; healthy picnic and barbecue ideas; and ten healthy home versions of fast food - even burgers! HEALTHY FOOD FOR HAPPY KIDS will help every parent address the eternal headache of feeding their child well.Kebabs can be made from a variety of ingredients (brush with oil before cooking), including chicken or lamb chunks interspersed ... Or make vegetable kebabs, a alternating the colours using red, green and yellow peppers, mushrooms, babyanbsp;...
|Title||:||Healthy Food for Happy Kids|
|Publisher||:||Simon and Schuster - 2004-01-01|