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Digital Subscriptions > Healthy Magazine > September 2017 > DOES YOUR CHILD NEED SUPPLEMENTS?


Are vitamin and mineral formulas a parenting must, or should a healthy diet suffice? Specialist dietician Rebecca McManamon has the lowdown.

REBECCA MCMANAMON is a spokesperson for the British Dietetic Association (BDA) and member of the BDA Paediatric Specialist Group. She has over 25 publications in the field of clinical nutrition and offers private consultations for children and adults; urbandietitian. London

When it comes to giving our children the best start in life, good nutrition is key. And while real food is the foundation, vitamin, mineral and other supplements can play an important part.

Babies, toddlers and pre-schoolers

Advice from the Department of Health is that all babies should be given vitamin D from birth, for healthy development, bones and immune function.

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Prolong that summer health kick with our brand new #feelgood365 issue. Inside, we expose the health mistakes that even the experts make, and round up 7 simple tips to help you sleep better. You can also find a whole 25 brilliant veggie recipes – from plant based protein bowls to sharing supper. Plus! We ask: what's the real truth about dairy? Find out more in the brand new issue of Healthy.