Newsletter Subscription

Regular Updates on Parenting, Happy Children & Emotional Intelligence

  • Latest Articles - Raising Children with Emotional Intelligence
  • New Parenting Blogs
  • Parenting Tips for Happy Children
  • Free Online Seminars
  • Popular Parenting Books & Reviews

Subscribe!

Regular Updates on Parenting, Happy Children & Emotional Intelligence

  • Latest Articles - Raising Children with Emotional Intelligence
  • New Parenting Blogs
  • Parenting Tips for Happy Children
  • Free Online Seminars
  • Popular Parenting Books & Reviews

CAPTCHA
This question is for testing whether you are a human visitor and to prevent automated spam submissions.
Image CAPTCHA
Enter the characters shown in the image.
Unsubscribe

Proudly Supporting

Proudly Supporting

A Quick Guide to 'Added Fibre' in Food

<a href="/articles/a-quick-guide-to-added-fibre-in-food">A Quick Guide to &#039;Added Fibre&#039; in Food</a>

We’ve all heard about the benefits that wholegrains and fibre have to offer in terms of health and nutrition. But with the recent increase in the use of added fibres like polydextrose, inulin and Hi-maize in grain and dairy based foods; you may want to know a bit more about them and what they do. Read full article

Front of Pack Labeling for Food in Australia - Just Add Education

<a href="/articles/front-of-pack-labeling-for-food-in-australia-just-add-education">Front of Pack Labeling for Food in Australia - Just Add Education</a>

Opinion: Front of Pack Labelling (FOPL) has been getting more media attention lately; the Federal government is likely to announce its stance on the matter prior to the Federal and State Food Ministers’ meeting in response to a commissioned report. The push for front of pack labelling is driven by the aim to help consumers make an informed decision about a food item based on the amount of sugar, fat or salt it contains ... The Healthy Kids Association recognises that FOPL has the potential to help consumers choose healthy options in the marketplace and can go some way to counter junk food marketing advertisements. Read full article