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 Mr. Willow says:
”A child’s health depends on many factors, food, heredity, climate, hygiene, exercise – but FOOD is the most important of all these. My recipes are full of inexpensive high quality ingredients that a child needs for optimal growth and development".
Top Food Tip:
To help ward off common cold viruses and infections this winter, and to build up your body’s resistance, make it a priority to eat lots of fresh fruit and vegetables (especially green leafy ones)… at least 5 portions per day!
In the winter months you can also top up your diet with fresh tomatoes, pomegranate, blueberries and citrus fruits such as oranges and lemons.

Encourage toddlers and young children to start learning about food by having a go at peeling their own fruit...  for example "easy peel" satsumas.  Not exactly cooking…. but it all helps to build confidence and encourages food handling skills.
Why not try growing some of your own spinach? It is very easy and "perpetual" spinach can grow all year round.Why not add a few young leaves to a salad for a nutritious accompaniment to a meal?  You can also use spinach in soups and tasty snacks like spinach breadsticks. (Recipes books available see resources)
For Mr. Willow's Cheese and Spinach Breadstick recipe to cook WITH your child
For Mr. Willow's Thick Spinach Soup recipe - FAMILY SIZE  click <here> 
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