Child Health

Healthy-weight children

What children eat and drink during their early years can affect their health for many years to come. General eating habits are formed in the first few years of life, so it is important that we encourage our children to eat good, wholesome and nutritious food.

If a child doesn’t have a healthy weight, they’re also much less likely to have health problems in later life.

Research shows children who stay a healthy weight tend to be fitter, healthier, better able to learn, and more self-confident.

I construct a personalized diet plan, based on your child’s needs and taste.

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