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My daughter Daisy has a range of allergies, as she suffers from a health condition called FPIES. Fortunately this hasn’t affected her eating pork, which is great. But she can’t eat chicken. At all. Because of this I’ve been working hard with a dietician to ensure that Daisy has a great diet and is getting all the nutrition that she can. Daisy eats LOTS of fruit and vegetables, fortunately, and takes a Wellbaby multivitamin too once per day. We were invited to take part in the Britmums #HealthyRedMeat challenge and this is how we got on.
In our home we LOVE a slow cooker dinner. This slow cooker chilli is one that I have wrote about before and we LOVE it! However this time we have made it with lean pork rather than beef. Daisy will eat a small portion of chilli when I make it and it is great for helping her practice with her spoon. I love that I can throw the ingredients together and by the end of the day we’ll have a wonderful meal to enjoy together.
As you can see Daisy absolutely loves a nice slow cooker chilli and is a real fan! I love knowing that Daisy is getting a whole range of nutrients that toddlers and children are often low in, including iron, zinc, B vitamins, selenium and potassium.
I’m always striving to do the best that I can for my daughter and making sure she gets a small portion of red meat a couple of times a week goes some way towards helping with this. I want Daisy to have great nutrition, be healthy, lots of nice vitamins and enjoy her food. Which she does as you can see!
This post is an entry for the BritMums #HealthyRedMeat campaign, sponsored by the Meat Advisory Panel. I was provided with a Tesco voucher in exchange for this post, but all opinions are my own.