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Sharing the lessons of better diets

By The Citizen  |  Posted: December 12, 2012

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GLOUCESTER City Council environmental health officers have been dishing out advice on how to help children have healthier diets.

The council has been helping to run a pilot study in the Eat Better, Start Better campaign, aimed at reducing the number of children who start school life either overweight or obese.

Now council staff have been invited to share their experiences with presentations at the annual meeting of city child minders and an early years event staged in Cheltenham.

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  • bonzaharris1  |  December 12 2012, 4:30PM

    Its not difficult, cut out the pizza's, burgers and chips and give them vegetables, lean meat and fish. Parents go for the quick fix these days, and they are making their children fat and unhealthy.

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  • JeanGRIGG  |  December 12 2012, 11:23AM

    It might be more advantageous to feed those who are under weight - tlc for those in need.

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