Little Quacker Rice Biscuit- Chewsday Review

Today's review is of Little Quacker Rice Biscuits- strawberry flavour. Props to Little Quacker for the name and the duck logo (although speech pathologist might be eye rolling at the deliberate mispronunciation!) 🔶Ingredients: 🔹Organic rice flour, organic sugar, salt, organic natural strawberry flavour, citric acid, gelatin, purple carrot juice. 🔹The flour, sugar and flavour may be organic, but this doesn't make them any more nutritious than regular ingredients. 🔹Strawberry flavour is also a little unclear. I'm not sure whether this actually comes from strawberries, contains sweetener or is just a strawberry essence. 🔶The positives: 🔹Fat and saturated fat content is almost negligible,

Chewsday Review- Sugar Free-zies

It’s heading into summer season and everyone is starting to ask about icy poles in our Chewsday Review requests. Today’s review features Sugar Free-zies from Woolworths. They’re icy poles without sugar… Obviously a good choice, right? Let’s see in today’s Chewsday review… 🔶Ingredients: Water, Natural Sweeteners (Erythritol, Maltitol, Stevia extract), Citric Acid, Natural Flavours, Apple Extract, Black Carrot Extract, Paprika Extract, Natural Colour (Carthamus) 🔹Erythritol and maltitol are sugar alcohols. These are a type of carbohydrate that have less sweetness than sugar and provides less kilojoules. They’re used to sweeten foods without adding ‘table sugar’. Erythritol provides minimal c

Managing Fussy Eating: a real-life account

This is a guest blog post by the lovely Jenine from Mums with Bubs Fitness. She interviewed me about my top tips for managing fussy eating and she went home and implemented them with her family. This is what happened! Managing Fussy Eating: a Real-Life Account of what Happened After Implementing Dr Kyla’s Top 5 Tips! At the time of interviewing Dr Kyla Smith from Mealtime Building Blocks for the New Mama Lifestyle program, my kids were in an extreme fussy eating stage. Nothing I cooked was ever as good as what they ate at daycare, nothing I made was enjoyed. Despite my best efforts, meal times always felt like a battle - and I was clearly not winning! Following our interview, I began to impl

Chewsday Review- Cerelac NutriPuffs

There’s a new baby puff on the market called NutriPuffs. Obviously nutritious puffs right? Let’s see in today’s Chewsday review… . 🔶Ingredients: Rice flour (41%), wheat flour (30%), corn starch, vegetable oil, banana (2.9%), strawberry (2.2%), Mineral (calcium), Vitamin (B1), Antioxidant (ascorbyl palmitate) 🔹Ascorbyl palmitate is Vitamin C 🔹Common allergens: Wheat, may contain soy . 🔶The positives: 🔹Low sugar content (4g/100g), and apart from the fruit, there’s no added sugar. 🔹Low sodium content, which I’d expect. 🔹Total fat content is just within recommendations at 10g/100g, and this contributes to the melt-able texture. 🔹The melt-able texture is useful for babies who are learning

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