The breakfast powder that promises no more kicking, screaming, or bribing your kids to eat breakfast. Is this the magical food (or drink) we’ve been waiting for? Let’s find out if we can have our shake and drink it too. Brace yourself, it’s a long one…
Aquabud Hydration Cans | Chewsday Review
This week’s Chewsday review is a new product on the market… Aquabud hydration cans. They’re claiming to keep busy, non-stop kids hydrated by using added electrolytes, but do your kids really need them?
Inside Out Milkish Oat | Chewsday Review
Hold up – there’s a brand-new milk alternative on the market! Surely that aisle of the supermarket is full by now? Inside Out’s ‘Milkish’ Oat claims to be the perfect all-in-one dairy alternative – but how does it stack up in the nutrition department?
Australia’s Own Like Milk Pea Protein | Chewsday Review
You might have caught my rant last week about cow’s milk and why I get SO MAD about people telling you not to give it to your children. You can watch the rant on both Facebook and Instagram if you missed it. Anyway, as I said, we WOULD avoid cow’s milk for babies and children if they have an allergy. Yet interestingly, there’s very few nutritionally equivalent milks to cow’s milk for these kids. Most are missing the protein, the fat or the calcium content of cow’s milk. Today’s Chewsday review features Australia’s Own Like Milk, made from pea protein. Here’s what I think.
Oat-ly Oat Milk Barista Edition | Chewsday Review
My Chewsday Review of Pea Protein milk gathered a lot of interest. It’s a good one for children with cow’s milk protein intolerance and soy allergy. But lots of you were concerned with the lack of froth-ability if you had to use it in your coffee. So, today’s review features another popular milk alternative- Oat-ly Oat Milk Barista Edition (this is different to regular Oat-ly milk). How does this compare to cow’s milk and pea protein milk? Let’s see…
V8 Vegetable Juice | Chewsday Review
Some of our fussy eating clients eat zero vegetables, but will sometimes drink a vegetable juice. So, I’ve had lots of requests to review the most popular V8 juice. Is it an ok option for those really resistant eaters who just don’t tolerate veggies at all? Today’s Chewsday Review will tell all…
Impressed Juice | Chewsday Review
Today’s request comes from a Mum of one of my picky eating clients. This little boy finds veggies REALLY challenging, but he will happily accept this green juice. His Mum would like to know if he’s getting any goodness from it. Let’s see!
Devondale Moo Choc Milk | Chewsday Review
Today’s Chewsday Review is another dairy product, but it’s a little bit different. This flavoured milk comes in a tetrapack and is heat treated, meaning it can be kept in the cupboard, packed in suitcases when travelling or pulled out in emergencies! But is it a nutritious option?