Top 5 Breakfast Ideas for Kids

A healthy breakfast kick starts your kid’s metabolism and fuels their energy for the whole day, so it’s vital for them to eat well in the morning.

“Making sure my kids have a tasty, nutritious breakfast is top priority for me – to know that they’ve started their day in the best possible way and will have the energy to concentrate at school and get through the day ahead,” says Melinda Gainsford-Taylor.

Follow Melinda’s top breakfast ideas for kids and watch their performance levels soar.

Sep 4, 2012

Top 5 Breakfast Ideas for Kids

Healthy breakfast meals by Melinda Gainsford-Taylor

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  1. Naturopath09:10pm Tuesday 09th October 2012 ESTReport Abuse

    Please ignore these top 5 horrible and unhealthy suggestions for your children. This Melinda Gainsford-Taylor should be ashamed of herself to consider herself an authority on children and food suggestions. You are a retired athlete obviously desperate for a payout by Kellogs. Shame on you Melinda! There is no fibre in these foods- not that you would know anything about health. I did actually researched in fibre. I am a medical scientist and trained in Health Science also (2 degrees in health related fields), so do not try to fool me. Breads, vegimite, milk (completely processed), pancakes and rubbish (highly marketed) refined cereals full of sugar and sodium are ridiculous for children. Does she mention how many vital trace elements and nutrients are lost as these poor children try to assimilate and absorb this rubbish. People like Melinda are part of reason why, along with her favourite friend Kellogs, our Australian children are suffering from so many allergies, ADHD, gut and other health problems. Best food ideas are getting back to wholesome real food- not processed and not anything pocketting the mass food production companies! Phew!!! Had to get that out of my system. Practical Parenting, stop posting biased advert articles, otherwise parents will boycot you!

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