Monthly Archives: July 2014

Sugar in Food for babies

When preparing meals for babies and toddlers it’s really important to avoid adding unnecessary sugar into foods.  Kids just don’t need the extra refined sugar that has become so prevalent in our society and the best way to avoid added sugars is to prepare your own fresh ingredients, that way you know exactly what’s going in.  But unless you fully embrace a wholefoods or raw approach to eating, it is hard to completely avoid sugar so don’t be too tough on yourself. Whilst sugars do play a role in our diet, the reason for avoiding them initially is that our …

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When preparing meals for babies and toddlers it’s really important to avoid adding unnecessary sugar into foods.  Kids just don’t need the extra refined sugar that has become so prevalent in our society and the best way to avoid added sugars is to prepare your own fresh ingredients, that way you know exactly what’s going in.  But unless you fully embrace a wholefoods or raw approach to eating, it is hard to completely avoid sugar so don’t be too tough on yourself. Whilst sugars do play a role in our diet, the reason for avoiding them initially is that our …

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Is some A2 protein the same as all A2 protein in dairy milk? Are you confused?

Drink more milk, eat more yoghurt and enjoy more cheese! We all know dairy milk is one of the richest food sources of calcium and also provides many other important nutrients…but it seems we become totally confused when it comes to the proteins in milk.  There’s been a lot of noise lately especially about the A2 protein.  Here, we unravel the story of A2 protein and why so many people are talking about a2 Milk. Firstly, all regular dairy milk brands today contain a combination of two main types of beta-casein protein, A1 and A2.  a2 Milk is special because …

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Drink more milk, eat more yoghurt and enjoy more cheese! We all know dairy milk is one of the richest food sources of calcium and also provides many other important nutrients…but it seems we become totally confused when it comes to the proteins in milk.  There’s been a lot of noise lately especially about the A2 protein.  Here, we unravel the story of A2 protein and why so many people are talking about a2 Milk. Firstly, all regular dairy milk brands today contain a combination of two main types of beta-casein protein, A1 and A2.  a2 Milk is special because …

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