4th June 2004 at 01:00

Buy different supplements and stick them to a large body-shaped poster, each nearest the relevant part of the body. Next to the body, place an explanation of the nutrients and dosages for children of different ages.


Ask grandparents what they ate over the course of a week when they were 12 and if they took supplements. Compare this to modern eating habits.

Lloyd Ansell

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