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Child aggression and diet
You know when your child has issues with aggression. There will be biting, kicking and hitting. Not only will this happen within your own family, but also at school and preschool. And it sucks to be the parent of the biter.  Even if preschool staff...

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Rainbow chart
Get your kids excited about eating a rainbow by sticking this chart up on the fridge! Get them to tick off every day when they eat fruit and vegetables of different colours.
The 12 super foods of Christmas
  People always worry about eating healthily at Christmas, and some people just write off the whole month and think about being healthy again sometime in late January. I’m here to tell you, it doesn’t need to be that way! Eating healthily is not about...

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How does our gut affect our brain?
When I work with families on their children's health, I always work with the gut-brain connection and bring in the link to the immune system too.  The connection is so vital between the gut and the brain, that really, it is easier to consider them...

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ADHD – what else could it be?
There are so many ways changing diet can help with behaviour issues, or even with diagnosed ADHD.  In this article, I am going to focus on conditions that mimic ADHD, and give you an understanding of how some diet and lifestyle interventions can resolve ADHD-like...

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How to create healthy sleep habits
Sleep. Until you have to do without it, you don’t realise how good it is. If your child isn’t a great sleeper, you can go years and years without a decent night’s sleep. For the parents, this can get frustrating and pretty taxing, emotionally and...

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New habits for a new happier term
Get the uniforms ready, check for mouldy lunch boxes in the school bags, and brush everyone’s hair – it’s time to go back to school. The start of a new term is a good time to start some new habits. Improving behaviour and mood is...

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