Back to school is the perfect time to make a fresh start, and we have lots of easy tips and ideas to help your family cut down on sugar. Find simple sugar swaps you can make at breakfast, in their lunchbox or for an after-school snack. Making just one or two everyday swaps can really make a difference to how much sugar your child is having!
Mix and match from our list of great ideas and find loads of top tips to help keep kids happy with healthier lunches that are simple and tasty.
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These tasty meal ideas are too good to resist. Get the kids to help you in the kitchen and start whipping up quick and easy dishes everyone will enjoy. Healthy food never tasted better!
It's a good idea to take a bottle of water with you when you're out and about. It'll save reaching for a sugary drink!
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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!
Do you know how much of the salt we are eating is already in the foods we buy?
It's not just the salt added to our cooking or at the table that we need to watch out for. Three-quarters of the salt we're eating is already in the foods we buy. These can contain a lot of salt — even if they don't taste salty!
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.
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'.