The House of Wellness TV: Season 7, Episode 33
This week on The House of Wellness, the team looks at ways to support our kids for life, how to tackle bedwetting, plus more. Watch the full episode.
The House of Wellness – Season 7, Episode 33
On this episode of The House of Wellness, the team is turning their attention to kids, from what we feed them to how we educate and equip them for life.
Also this week:
- Why your kids may be consuming higher than recommended levels of sugar in Australian childcare centres and how to best navigate this, with paediatric nutritionist Mandy Sacher.
- How Vision Australia’s youth program is helping visually impaired kids enjoy greater mobility with a Seeing Eye Dog.
- How the virtual world of Minecraft is supporting children’s understanding of building a healthy community, a program now available to schools in Victoria.
- Australian Olympic Swimmer and eight-time world record holder Emma McKeon talks about embracing life’s setbacks and how Cetaphil is helping her put her best face forward.
- How to protect yourself from shingles with free vaccinations available for eligible seniors from November 1.
- Why kids should be encouraged to step into the world of yoga for downtime and to help develop emotional regulation skills.
- Why bedwetting can be common in kids and ways to tackle it, especially if it persists as they age.
- Melbourne Baker Institute lead researcher Alexandra George explains how a landmark Australian study into breast milk is striving to support women breastfeeding through natural and formulaic methods.
- The probiotics to help maintain a balanced gut microbiome for efficient nutrient absorption and an overall boost in wellbeing.
- Zoe Bingley-Pullin and Luke Hines are cranking up the early summer heat with their deliciously healthy icy treats for the kids to enjoy.
- Non-drowsy and fast-acting relief for hay fever sufferers this spring.
Get all that and more on The House of Wellness TV at 2pm Fridays and noon Sundays on the Seven Network.
Cast: Luke Darcy, Jo Stanley, Jacqui Felgate, and Dr Nick Carr with Luke Hines, Zoe Bingley-Pullin, Jade Kisnorbo and Sarah Davidson.