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These carrot and sultana mini pancakes taste great and are so easy to make!
Look at the labels of different yoghurts and choose the one lower in sugar. Swapping can halve the sugar your kids are having.
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.
After school, swap biscuits, sweets and chocolate muffins for healthier snacks like fruit and chopped veggies, plain rice cakes, toast with lower-fat spread or a fruited teacake.
Food labels show how much sugar, sat fat and salt are inside your food and drink. A good rule of thumb is to go for more greens and ambers and cut back on red 'traffic lights'.
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'.
Choose one of our simple Fruit & Veg Boost plans and get a free recipe every Friday for 28 days, useful hints and tips, and practical shopping advice.
How many minutes of physical activity should 5 to 18-year-olds be getting every day?
Kids and young people aged 5 to 18 need to be active for at least 60 minutes each day. Every 10-minute burst of activity counts towards the 60 minutes, so try our fun Shake Ups and get active together!