5 Ways to Boost Your Child’s Nutrition
April 4, 2019
April 4, 2019
Whether you have a kid in school, pre-school or nursery keeping them healthy is often front of mind for parents. According to the Department for Education on average UK children miss over a week1 of school during term time because of sickness2. And any parent with children in nursery will know that they pick up their fair share of those pesky colds and bugs. So, what can you do to help?
We’ve pulled together top tips from leading nutritionists, childcare experts and scientists to help keep your kids healthy and fighting fit.
We know you want the food and drink you give your family to be the best it can be. Here at Noluma we are equally as passionate about nutrition and health.
That’s why we’re working to protect the goodness in lots of the products and brands you and your family love.
Did you know for example, that indoor lighting can damage the freshness, taste and nutrition of some of our children’s favourite foods like milk? In fact, after just two hours of exposure to LED lighting – the type you often find in your supermarket – fresh milk begins to lose vitamin A. And after 16 hours, milk found in a typical plastic bottle will have just half the vitamin A it started with.
But, good news, it’s now possible to bottle the benefits! Milk bottles can be light-protected to keep in all the goodness your kids love. Recent studies show that fresh milk protected from light remains fresher and tastier for longer.
It’s time to ask retailers and manufacturers for milk bottles and cartons to be light-protected and certified for our families. Learn more about light damage and join the campaign at LightDamageIsReal.com.
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