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Children’s Diet: A Must-have List of Reliable Resources

The list of the most reliable and most relevant web pages regarding children’s diet.

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Children's diet: reliable resources

Blogs are good, they share valuable ideas and practical tips, but sometimes we need reliable and professional information and advice.

It looks like I speak against my own business here, but I really don’t: it is never hurt to know more about our children’s diet or to know where we can read more reliable information on some troubling discoveries.

So I thought I share here the list of the most reliable and most relevant web pages regarding children’s diet what you can refer to: Save this page to your favourites and share with other parents just in case – who knows when you need this information?

Also, good to scroll through these pages to get an overall picture of children’s dietary needs. I try to share lots of good practice on my blog, but these are the fundaments of a healthy diet that should be clear for every parent.

Children’s diet: the list of reliable resources

Dietary guidelines for children

The Eatwell Guide

Guidelines: British Nutrition Foundation

The Scottish Nutritional Guidance for Children aged 1-5

Healthy-weight children: advice for parents

If something goes wrong in children’s diet

Diarrhoea:

Diarrhoea – Treatment

Diarrhoea in Children: Causes and Treatments

Diarrhoea and vomiting:

Diarrhoea and vomiting (gastroenteritis)

Food poisoning in Children

Diarrhoea and vomiting in babies and children

NHS Self-help Guide

Constipation

Constipation in young children

Constipation and Soiling

Childhood obesity

Obesity and Overweight in Children

What can I do if my child is overweight?

Avoid obesity:

How to avoid child obesity in your family?

Is your family's diet as healthy as you think?

Use this quick checklist to find out:

25-point Family Nutrition Analysis​

Eating disorders

It is shocking but even children under 13 can be affected by eating disorders – like binge eating, anorexia, bulimia, emotional eating. Unfortunately, the distorted body images from the media, the unrealistic expectations and the stress can lead to eating disorders of teenagers and children too. What can parents do?

How to recognise eating disorders at children, how to act in this case:

Eating disorders in young people

Eating disorders: advice for parents

Eating Disorders in Children and Teens

B-eat: Beating Eating Disorders

Facts About Eating Disorders

Special dietary needs

Sporting kids

Calculate the right diet for your sporting child here:

Sports Nutrition for Young Athletes

More on Sports Nutrition for children:

Advanced Youth Sports Nutrition Center

Allergies

Food allergies

Food Allergy or Food Intolerance? Explained

Peanut allergy

Peanut and Tree Nut Allergy

Peanut allergy and tree nut allergy – the facts

Mustard allergy

Mustard Allergy: The facts

Mustard Allergy

Is your family's diet as healthy as you think?

Use this quick checklist to find out:

25-point Family Nutrition Analysis​

Fish/Seafood allergy

Fish and Shell Fish Allergy

What Are Shellfish Allergies?

Soya Allergy

Soya (Soy) Allergy

Soy Allergy

Coeliac disease / Gluten intolerance

About coeliac disease

Coeliac disease in children

Wheat and Gluten Intolerance

Milk allergy / Lactose intolerance

Dairy Intolerance (including Lactose Intolerance)

Cow’s Milk Allergy

Personalised dietary advice

I hope it’s needless to say that if you spotted something unusual or you are uncertain – seek professional advice; give a visit to your GP or ask a dietitian or certified nutritionist.

The web pages listed above can help you to have more information and  to know what to watch. However, always get a diagnosis and professional advice before starting any kind of radical change in your child’s diet.

If you know useful links on this subject, please share them with us in a comment below.

Thanks, Zita

Is your family's diet as healthy as you think?

Use this quick checklist to find out:

25-point Family Nutrition Analysis​

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