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Healthy eating for children by Mandy Francis, Infinite Ideas

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2. Keep it clean

Babies are especially vulnerable to the bacteria that can cause food poisoning, so here are some top tips for keeping tummy upsets at bay.

It’s vital to store, prepare and cook food correctly if you want to keep your child healthy.

The following advice might seem a bit scary and serious – but it really is important to adopt good food hygiene habits when there’s a baby in the house. The following tips will help to keep your family and you happy and healthy for years to come.

Kitchen cleanliness

  • Keeping bacteria at bay means wiping all the places your baby eats or plays as clean as possible. Wipe over her high chair with an appropriate disinfectant/antibacterial cleanser before she eats – and try and keep floors clean too.

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