Over the Easter holiday, the average child will consume approximately 5000 calories from junk food. Holidays can be challenging times to encourage healthy eating for your child. This can be especially true if your child has a food sensitivity or allergy. Easter sweets and traditional foods are packed with dyes, chemicals, and allergens.
So how can we keep children healthy & happy, this Easter?
Here are some articles that help tackle Easter baskets and foods when it comes to sugar, additives, and allergens.
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