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The Importance of Breakfast Interview with Katie Adolphus, researcher on breakfasts for kids. Everyone knows that breakfast is the most important meal of the day, right? But what should you feed your children for breakfast? Does it really make a difference to the way they behave at school? How much do we actually know about our children's first meal of the day? We asked Katie Adolphus, a PhD research student at the Human Appetite Research Unit (HARU). S...
A Very Seedy Interview - Interview With Seed Parade Seed Parade is a discounted online seed sales site set up by a small team who have both horticultural qualifications and many years experience in gardening. They pass on growers prices and use less packaging to keep costs low and save waste. Lajos from the Seed Parade answered my seedy questions. ...
Successful Cooking With Children An Interview With Times Children's Food Expert Beverley Glock So maybe you really want to start cooking with your children. But you're a bit anxious. Do I need to have special equipment, or get myself all prepped up first? What's the best kind of recipe for children, and what is likely to go wrong? Beverley Glock is a food writer and presenter...
What's In My Kid's Food? Reading The Labels - An Interview With Children's Nutritionist Clare Panchoo We are forever being told that children are eating too much fat, sugar and salt. We may know that many adult foods are unsuitable for children, but if we stick to foods developed for children, we won't go far wrong, surely? Well, apparently not. Many foods marketed specifically to children are less healthy than those for adults...