It’s not too chocoLATE to think about your mouth this Easter!
Five tips on giving the little ones a healthier Easter: 1) Ensure sweet treats are kept to mealtimes. 2) Ensure your child stops eating Easter eggs at least one hour before they go to bed. 3) Monitor your child’s chocolate intake, and give them small pieces that won’t stay in their mouth for long. 4) A glass of water is the best drink to give your child after eating chocolate. 5) If your child still has a sweet tooth, give them sugar-free sweets. Those containing Xylitol may help to reduce tooth decay. Parent tip to a healthier Easter – All of the above for your own Easter egg consumption ;-)]]>