Most parents know that too much added sugar in their child’s diet is not good for them but are we overlooking another type of food that is just as harmful for our kids?
Muffins, pecan pie, chocolate balls, homemade granola and cookies - cooking with wholegrains doesn't have to be boring.
Dr. Joanna McMillan
An increasing number of blogs by "ethical mums" have sparked discussions about the appropriateness of imposing vegetarianism, veganism or pescatarianism on their children.
Struggling to feed them for their energy requirements? Smoothies are the answer!
Smart Choices changes see carbonated juices and sugary baked treats taken off menus at Queensland tuckshops.
Canteen manager at Bondi Public School, Carolyn Treweek, says parents are sending their children to the school for the food.
There are rows upon rows of packaged snack foods in supermarkets, including snack bars made from muesli, cereal, nuts, seeds and fruit. Many of the labels on the packages shout out words such as "natural", "protein", "oaty", "super-food", "wholegrain", "light", "gluten-free" and "97% fat-free!".
It's a hotly debated contest – but which bread wins? And do you need to give up your bread at all?
Health star ratings are a good concept. But I find it hard to trust them.
With the start of another school year upon us, parents are preparing themselves for the constant task of making lunch boxes.
Here are 10 common myths that mischaracterise vegetables - followed by facts about why these vegetables are worth a place on your child's plate.
Recently I watched a woman set a carton of Fat-Free Half-and-Half cereal on the conveyor belt at a supermarket.
Self-regulation holds the key to weight control.