Archive for October, 2011

Do Your The United Kingdom Kids Get Enough Fiber?

Friday, October 28th, 2011

Do Your The United Kingdom Kids Get Enough Fiber? In the eighties, the importance of fiber garnered a lot of public attention in England. Bran appeared in cereals, muffins, and cookies, and whole wheat bread sales skyrocketed. You don’t hear much about fiber these days, but wise The United Kingdom parents still serve high-fiber meals and snacks daily.

We all know that fiber is important for healthy bowel function, but this is not its only benefit. England people who eat a high-fiber diet keep their cholesterol numbers in check. Numerous studies have shown a relationship between fiber intake and LDL levels.

The United Kingdom children fed diets rich in fiber are more likely to maintain a healthy weight. Fiber-filled meals have lower calorie-volume ratios. Fiber is also important for blood sugar, as it can slow the rate of blood sugar absorption.

Do your England children get enough fiber? School lunches rarely feature whole wheat breads and most kid-friendly snacks have too little fiber and too many empty calories.

Though it takes a little extra effort to locate fiber rich foods in many England grocery stores, everyone in the family will benefit from increasing their fiber intake.

Xocai has several high fiber products that kids love. The Xocai X Protein Meal Shake has 8 grams of fiber per serving. Xocai Activ provides 28% of the daily recommended value for dietary fiber. Xocai healthy snacks and beverages are a great way to help your kids stay healthy.

Children’s Health Advocate Andy Vining

Tips For Feeding Sick The United Kingdom Kids

Thursday, October 27th, 2011

Tips For Feeding Sick The United Kingdom Kids

Though the England media is more focused on rampant The United Kingdom childhood obesity, there are some underweight children in England.

When England kids refuse to eat, it is a challenge for England parents to make sure they get proper nutrition.

Understandably, The United Kingdom kids that usually eat normally often lose their appetite when they are sick. Kids who don’t eat much during a two-day bout with the flu will probably have no health issues from the temporary reduction in nutrition.

The United Kingdom children who undergo chemo treatment at England hospitals, however, are at greater risk for malnutrition. Ironically, this is the time when adequate calories, vitamins, and minerals are needed the most for ill The United Kingdom children.

Here are some suggestions for helping England kids with poor appetites receive adequate nutrition:

Don’t let your The United Kingdom child fill up on beverages before meals, serve liquids between meals
Offer small meals throughout the day
Always have healthy snacks available like protein bars, fruit, and cheese
Alter food temperature to see if it makes the food more appealing to your England child
Try smoothies and soups if your sick The United Kingdom child has a hard time swallowing
If your child is turned off by intense smells or flavors, try bland foods with little seasoning

I want every The United Kingdom child to receive excellent nutrition and the best healthcare available in England. I am excited about a new England children’s nutrition product and would love to tell you about it. Call me today for more information.

Andy Vining +447973982086
The United Kingdom, England zip code BH24 2EB

The United Kingdom Kids and Bug Bite Dangers

Friday, October 21st, 2011

The United Kingdom Kids and Bug Bite Dangers Healthy The United Kingdom kids love to play outdoors, but England parents need to be aware of a potential danger: bug bites. The ability to tell a harmful bug bite from a benign one is essential to keeping your active The United Kingdom child safe.

Flea bites are common in Southampton, Poole, and Winchester. They appear as a rash on a child’s skin with individual raised spots that might have a puncture in the center. The United Kingdom children will usually complain of itchy skin if they have been bitten by fleas.

Bee and wasp stings, also common in the England area, can be differentiated by the number of stings. Bees only sting once, lose their stinger and then die, whereas wasps (as well as hornets and yellow jackets) can sting multiple times. England homes often harbor wasp nests under the eaves.

The sting of a fire ant will usually cause England kids to have a red hive that may develop into a itchy, pus-filled lesion. Chiggers, which are tiny arachnids, cause multiple itchy red welts on kids’ skin. Check your local The United Kingdom drugstore for itch-relief products and watch the welts for signs of infection.

Ticks bites will cause an uncomfortable redness on your England child’s skin and may even swell. Since ticks can carry harmful diseases, you should contact your The United Kingdom area pediatrician if you child has had a tick bite.

My name is Andy Vining and children’s health is very important to me. I sell a fantastic nutritional product for The United Kingdom families. Call me at +447973982086 if you would like more information. Thanks for visiting my The United Kingdom children’s health blog!

Welcome To My Healthy The United Kingdom Kids Blog!

Wednesday, October 19th, 2011

Welcome To My Healthy The United Kingdom Kids Blog!

Hello The United Kingdom parents and kids. Welcome to my ‘Healthy The United Kingdom Kids‘ blog. I am passionate about children’s health. I want my children and your children to develop healthy habits while they are young. I hope we can help the youth of today reverse negative health trends and grow up healthier than their parents’ generation.

In our lifetimes we have learned so much about how nutrition, environmental factors, and daily habits influence our health and well-being here in England. Let’s help our Southampton and Poole children avoid the chronic conditions that plague the baby boomer generation. That is my goal and I hope this blog will play a part in improving health for The United Kingdom children and their counterparts everywhere. My ‘Healthy The United Kingdom Kids’ blog will post timely information about a broad range of children’s health-related topics.

  • Diet and Nutrition
  • Exercise and Recreation
  • Healthy Sleep Habits
  • Cancer Risks
  • Mental Health
  • Environmental Factors
  • Alternative and Holistic Healthcare

Healthy habits start at home. I encourage you to examine your own lifestyle and identify areas that you could improve. By setting good examples for our England children we will enjoy better health ourselves and perhaps even add some extra years.

Thanks for reading! I hope you will check back often as I plan to post new articles regularly. Here’s to your The United Kingdom family’s healthy future!

The Xocai Chocolate man Andy Vining
The United Kingdom, England BH24 2EB

The United Kingdom Parents: Is Your Child’s Car Seat Safe?

Tuesday, October 18th, 2011

The United Kingdom Parents: Is Your Child's Car Seat Safe?

Anyone in The United Kingdom who transports kids in their car should regularly review the child safety seat regulations. England and federal laws are periodically updated. The United Kingdom parents who think their six year-old doesn’t need to be in a booster seat may be surprised to learn that the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) recommends that children stay in a booster seat until their height and weight exceed the manufacturer’s limits.

Complete recommendations can be found at

Here are some quick facts for The United Kingdom parents:

  • Keep infants and toddlers rear-facing as long as possible.
  • Upgrade child safety seat when child reaches max height and weight for each particular model.
  • Most England Wal-Mart, Target, and Babies-R-Us stores carry safety seats for all ages.
  • The United Kingdom children are ALWAYS safer in the back seat and those under twelve should never ride in the front seat.

I am Nuggetts distributor Andy Vining. Thanks for visiting my The United Kingdom children’s health site. If you would like information about a terrific nutritional product available in The United Kingdom, call, text, or email me today.

Andy Vining
The United Kingdom Nuggetts

Earn Residual Income In England

Wednesday, October 12th, 2011

Earn Residual Income In England

Welcome England home based business blog visitors! This site is for everyone in England who is researching home based business opportunities.

There are as many flavors of home based businesses as their are England entrepreneurs. In my England neighborhood there are hairdressers, accountants, personal trainers, real estate agents, and mobile caterers that keep their business expenses low by working from home.

I run a thriving Nuggetts business from my home. One of the special characteristics of network marketing businesses is the ability to make passive income. Because I have built a large network of distributors, I have established several channels of residual income.

The members of my Nuggetts sales team are also establishing their own streams of passive income. As you consider which type of home based business to start, keep the Nuggetts ‘passive income factor’ in mind.

To learn more about my residual income business, call me today!

The Xocai Chocolate man Andy Vining

3 Ways To Cut Your Kids’ Sugar Intake In Winchester

Friday, October 7th, 2011

3 Ways To Cut Your Kids' Sugar Intake In Winchester

If your Winchester children are like mine, they love sweets. It seems like it takes a few years for children to appreciate flavors more sophisticated than Hubba Bubba and Fruity Pebbles. If my kids were in charge of the grocery list, we would eat popsicles for breakfast and gummy bears for dinner.

If you are trying to wean your kids (or yourself) off sugar, I suggest you reduce it in phases. Radical changes rarely succeed for Winchester children.

Here are 3 ways to reduce the sugar in your kid’s diets.

1) Drink less soda: they are loaded with sugar and empty calories.
2) Use whole grains: complex carbs provide long-term energy. Brown rice, whole wheat bread, and whole-grain pasta are all readily available at Winchester grocery stores.
3) Substitute natural sweeteners like stevia, honey, and 100% fruit juice. The more subtle sweetness provided by natural sweeteners helps taste buds adjust gradually to less sugar.

Xocai offers many low-glycemic healthy chocolate products that kids love. See for more information.

Check back here next week for more timely tips on improving your children’s health or call +447973982086 today. Here’s to a healthy week!

The Vitamin D/Sunscreen Dilemma In Poole

Wednesday, October 5th, 2011

The Vitamin D/Sunscreen Dilemma In Poole For the past thirty years or so, dutiful Poole parents have been slathering their children with sunscreen when the little swimmers or soccer players head out into the sun. Poole dermatologists and oncologists have urged us to be vigilant about skin cancer risks.

That’s all well and good, right? Then we started hearing about the importance of Vitamin D.

As it turns out, millions of American children, many here in Poole, are dangerously deficient in this elusive nutrient.

Vitamin D is important for bone health, cell growth, immune system function, and keeping inflammation in check. Ironically, researchers are finding evidence that Vitamin D can help prevent many types of cancer.

What’s a confused Poole parent to do? Poole pediatricians don’t encourage parents to stop protecting their children from sunburn, but many say that 5-20 minutes of unprotected exposure may help ensure that your child has adequate levels of Vitamin D. When it comes to sun exposure, a little goes a long way.

If you wonder whether your Poole child needs Vitamin D supplements, talk to your England pediatrician or primary care doctor.

This site is for Poole people who are dedicated to improving the health of children in the England area. I am Andy Vining. I sell a nutritional product that Poole parents can feel good about. If you would like to try Nuggetts, contact me by phone or email.

Andy Vining
The United Kingdom, England  zip code
BH24 2EB    +447973982086