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Weaning with vegetables before fruit gives babies the best chance of enjoying the green stuff as they grow up, researchers have found.

Childcare workers are being offered a hands-on early years nutrition service following the launch of a new social enterprise.

Rapid weight gain in a child’s early years could increase their heart attack and stroke risk as adults, a study has found.

The quality of food that children eat in their early years settings could suffer as an unintended consequence of introducing the 30-hour childcare entitlement, findings from a joint survey carried out by Nursery World and the Children’s Food Trust suggest.

Nutrition expert Annabel Karmel has been recruited by Fennies Day Nurseries to create new nursery menus.

Speculation is growing that the child obesity strategy will include a tax on sugary soft drinks as health campaigners pile pressure on David Cameron.

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 coalition of health professionals, academics, nutritionists and campaigners are calling for a tax on sugar to protect the health of children in the UK.

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

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