Wholesome filling snacks packed with fibre and nutrient will keep your kids firing right through their day
Eating enough fibre is really important because it helps your body stay healthy
Fruit and veg are promoted as the healthiest of foods
Holidays are a time for relaxing and having fun, but it's really important to stay active and eat well
Celebrations are generally a time when food is centre stage. Find healthy eating options without spoiling the fun
It's often believed that eating lots of sugar makes kids hyperactive, but is this really true?
Have you ever seen a skeleton? They can be a bit creepy, but we all have one and taking care of all those bones is really important
Trying to serve up a healthy, balanced diet for your family can be a challenge, particularly if you're short on time
Are you allowed to bring peanut butter sandwiches to school? Sometimes teachers need to ban this popular lunchbox food because nuts can make some students sick
Having diabetes means that you need to be extra careful about your energy levels
Have you tried yoghurt? If you haven't, perhaps you should. Not only is it a tasty snack, it can help you with the garden in your tummy
Making lunches nutritious and banning lollies, buns and sweetened drinks can have a significant impact on student health at your school
Why do you eat food? It seems like a simple question, but the answer might be more complicated than you think!
Scientists and nutritionists are confirming what many parents have long known. Sometimes you need to be a tad sneaky to get your youngsters to eat healthily
Should parents worry if their child is overweight? How serious an issue is excess weight in children and young people?
Expanding portion sizes have been identified as one of the key causes of the obesity epidemic. What is a reasonable portion size?
Boiling veggies like broccoli, Brussels sprouts, cauliflower and cabbage robs them of their cancer-fighting properties, according to new research
Despite improvements in overall oral health, tooth decay in primary (baby) teeth is still high among young children
Are you a cookie crumbler? Or a chip cruncher? Or a chocolate chomper? Well, that's okay, as long as you don't do it every day
Is the Easter bunny our enemy? Why else would it leave chocolate out for kids to find? After all, chocolate is unhealthy, right?
What messages should we be sending children about healthy eating?
Parents make lots of strange claims about food. There's no way that eating bread crusts makes hair go curly - so should you believe adults what they say about carrots?
Aussie kids are consuming two to four times the recommended amounts of unhealthy snack foods, a new study has revealed
Young people who are actively involved in planting and caring for vegetable crops are more likely to get a taste for fresh produce
What are the secrets to living a long and healthy life? You might be surprised