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,
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
Check your Iron Levels Low energy, muscle weakness, fatigue and irritability are common symptoms of iron deficiency anaemia. Iron has an immense influence on our energy levels as it transports oxygen through the blood stream. Low supplies send your energy levels plummeting, which can affect your mood and put pressure on your immune system.
Part One: Oils Fatty Acids fit into 3 categories – saturated, monounsaturated and polyunsaturated. Current diets are too high in polyunsaturated fats, as we find these in abundance in manufactured foods (as hydrogenated vegetable oils). What this means is we now consume too much Omega-6 and insufficient Omega-3. To correct this imbalance we need
Every little cell in our body needs magnesium to function. We require it for strong bones and teeth, balanced hormones, a healthy nervous system, healthy heart and cardiovascular system, well-functioning detoxification pathways and so much more! The highest concentrations of magnesium in the body are the brain and heart—two pretty crucial organs don’t you think?