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Walking is good for you, but do you know why?
In fact, all three answers are correct! Walking boosts your immune system, builds bones and muscles, and can reduce stress. Even a brisk 10 minute walk counts, so get outside and start walking!
The Eatwell Guide is a brilliant idea – it helps you eat a healthy, balanced diet by showing you the different types of foods and drinks we should consume. Simple!
On average, what percentage of kids' overall sugar intake comes from snacks?
Wow, half of their sugar intake comes from snacks! This shows how choosing healthier snacks could make a big difference.
Plates and bowls are often bigger these days. Try getting child-sized ones for the kids – it'll make it easier to tell if they're getting the right amount for their 'me-sized meals'.
What is the best way to warm up for dancing?
A good way to warm up is by shaking your arms and legs. This helps your body loosen up.
Swimming is a really good all-round exercise, but which of these is also is true?
All 3 answers are true! Swimming is a great way to exercise, relax and stay healthy. It’s also a skill that could save a life.
Fruit is always the best choice for pudding! If you're choosing other types of puddings, try only have these at the weekend.
Which of these everyday items can be high in added sugars?
In fact, there's often added sugar lurking in all these items. Try the Food Scanner app to help you see how much sugar, saturated fat and salt are in everyday food and drink.
We all know too much saturated fat is bad for us. Which foods are kids getting the most sat fat from?
There can be a surprising amount of saturated fat in unhealthy snacks like cakes, biscuits and chocolate! Fish and nuts are actually a great source of healthier fats, and choosing lower-fat milk is a great way to cut back on sat fat.