Author Helen Ridge

Fussy Eater? How to Encourage Adventurous Eating

Rest assured just about all children will go through a fussy eating stage (‘fussiness’ normally peaks at 20 months, and gradually fades away by 5-8 years). However the extent and duration of ‘fussy’ eating varies, and is a common concern amongst parents. Having a ‘fussy’ or ‘picky’ eater can be incredibly frustrating for a number

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Top 10 ‘Super’ foods for SuperKids

Confused about what to feed your toddler or child?  It doesn’t need to be complicated – it’s just about real food. Simple. Everyday foods can be kids ‘superfoods’. Diet can improve gut health, brain function and strengthen the immune system. Here are a few ‘super’ food for your Superkids! Green Vegetables – contain fibre, phytonutrients,

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Important Nutrients for Babies

Feed your baby a healthy liberal diet –  ideally resembling an organic wholefood’s diet. Ensure your baby is getting fibre and probiotics for healthy digestion and immune function, and think about foods that are going promote a taste for healthy food (this will save you ALOT of grief later). LOVE and a HEALTHY CLEAN diet

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Sesame Prawn & Noodles with Orange Dressing

Prawns are a great source of protein and like other fish and shellfish, are also a source of omega-3 fatty acids – essential fatty acids your body does not produce. Omega-3s can reduce inflammation and your risk of heart disease, cancer and arthritis, as well as help with brain function. Combine these fabulous prawns with sesame

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Banana and Chocolate Smoothie

The combination of banana, almond butter, cacao, avocado, chia and coconut water in this smoothie makes it perfect for breakfast, or an afternoon pick-me-up. Hell, its actually great for any time of the day. Bananas contain fibre, almond butter gives you a healthy dose of good fats and protein, cacao is choca block (pardon the

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