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Vit A Super Nutrient for your Kids

Vit A Super Nutrient for your Kids

Vitamin A is a fat-soluble (one of four) vitamin and can come in two different forms from the food we eat: retinol and provitamin A carotenoids (this is not detail you need to know on a day-to-day basis!) What you do need to know, is the main colour you should keep your eyes peeled for, is orange/yellow.

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The Importance of Repetition

The Importance of Repetition

If you have a toddler between the ages of 1 and 3, you’ve likely heard “again, again!” This is because young children thrive on repetition. Let’s explore what happens in their brains during repeated activities. Read more in our latest blog.

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Kids love Cardboard Boxes

Kids love Cardboard Boxes

Why do children often prefer the box a gift comes in over the gift itself? As adults, we see the box as mere packaging. To a child, it’s a blank canvas limited only by their imagination.

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Learn to Balance!

Learn to Balance!

When it comes to balance, we know it’s a game-changer for our little Clamber Clubbers.  It’s like having a superpower that keeps them feeling confident and in control of their amazing bodies.

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Let Them Eat Cake…Once in a While!

Let Them Eat Cake…Once in a While!

There is absolutely nothing wrong with prioritizing nutritious foods over non-nutritious foods, as a dietitian, I agree! However, it is so important to understand how these actions and intentions might be perceived by younger eyes (despite the goodness of their intention!).

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Play Outdoors

Play Outdoors

Outdoor play is an important part of childhood.  It’s exciting to see children in their natural environment – exploring their surroundings, being curious about what’s around them and finding joy in seeing new things.  Surely, most of us fondly remember running around in the garden, digging, and dumping sand in the sandpit, and climbing up and going down a slide.

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