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Kids in the kitchen

Do we need to re-think the way we talk to our kids about good nutrition?

It can be a struggle to get kids to eat healthy food- let alone enjoy it.

Food writer and former teacher Alice Zaslavsky suggests a better approach is to focus on cultivating curiosity and teach kids more about food than to be labelling apples as ‘good’ and lollies are ‘bad’

She recommends that we drop the word ‘healthy’ and instead engage with the world of food.

Find out how to do this and get Alice’s take on ‘how to build curiosity in our children’.

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