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YOUR CHILD’S FOOD MATTERS ... So get it right!

Leading researchers at Bristol University now agree that there is a direct link between the quality of a young child’s food, their health, longevity and their educational potential in later stages of development. Dr Pauline Emmett senior nutritionist and dietician at Bristol University says: “It is very important for children to eat a well balanced diet from an early age if they are to get the best out of their education”
“Having taken into account other factors that could affect performance, such as low family income, the link between a poor diet at three years, and reduced academic performance is robust.
ALSPAC STUDY– Ref/Children of the 90’s study.

Mr. Willow’s “Super Foods for Super Kids” range of award winning nursery recipes and educational “fun food” resources are now available in “family” size. These invaluable resources enable parents and carers to role-model healthy eating, promote early year’s food handling and cookery skills and fun food education These resources have been developed over 30 years by a food scientist and home economics teacher, in a busy Oxford nursery setting. They are proven and award winning!)

Mr. Willow’s resources are instantly available just DOWNLOAD, print off and you are ready to go! His educational books which encourage healthy eating and Early Year's cookery are available from good online book sellers like Amazon, WHSmiths & Waterstones. 

For more research findings and references as to why food is so important in the early years click here

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