Tips for kids


Two gluten-free mom bloggers share their tips for keeping your home safe for the whole family.

Allergy-Friendly Home Tips

When you have celiac or gluten-sensitive children, it is incredibly important to maintain an allergy-friendly home. Two gluten-free mom bloggers share their tips for keeping your home safe for the whole family.


What should your child have for a snack?

Healthy break-time without the boredom - and naturally gluten-free

It's the hot topic of conversation when school starts again - the gluten-free break-time snack. We can help you give snack boxes more variety and discover what a healthy gluten-free snack for your child looks like.


On the road again...

"Dad, are we there yet?"

Long car rides with children are often exhausting, boring and take their toll on your nerves. But this does not have to be the case. With a bit of preparation and our ideas and suggestions bad moods need never be an issue.


Planning For a Safe and Enjoyable School Year

No matter what school year your child is starting, the most important aspect of getting ready for school is being positive and planning ahead...


eating

Healthy choices

Kids: Eat something healthy and delicious

Children are continually growing and always on the go. They therefore need a great deal of energy and nutrients. However, food isn't always the top priority for children and it therefore has to have something fun about it and also taste great.


The challenge of maintaining gluten-free in school and camp

Gluten-free at school, camp, and everywhere else your child travels

School trips, language courses, summer camps – at some point the time will come when your child goes on their first vacation alone. If the experience has been well prepared then it will create self confidence and help your child to grow as a person.