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A Birmingham secondary school pupil has won the Busy Bees Training Academy ‘Greens to Gourmet’ Culinary Challenge.
A 20 per cent tax on sugary drinks should be brought in to help fight childhood obesity, MPs say.
The Children’s Food Trust is urging the Government to measure children more regularly to better understand when they are gaining weight.
Babies who are mainly fed cow’s milk from eight months are more likely to become overweight as children, new research finds.
A new study suggests that replacing sugar in the diets of obese children with starchy foods like crisps and pizza dramatically improves their health.
A survey of nearly 2,000 consultant paediatricians has revealed that over 80 per cent have no time allocated for research work.
A new pilot project will see accredited nutritionists work with early years providers to help them develop and maintain a culture of healthy eating and nutrition in their settings.
Nursery World and the Children's Food Trust have joined forces to launch a nationwide survey of provision of food in early years settings
Obese women with high blood sugar levels are nearly 50 per cent more likely to have a child with autism, according to research.
David Cameron has said he is 'very proud' of the Universal Infant Free School Meals (UIFSM) scheme following speculation that it will be scrapped in the spending review.
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