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On this Q & A you can ask Alive ‘N’ Kicking’s team of specialists questions about your child's nutrition and activity levels.
Our expert - Alive 'N' Kicking
Concerned about your child’s diet and fitness? / Looking for ways to keep your kids active and eating healthily? / Looking for tips on how to encourage your child to be active and eat healthy?
Alive ‘N’ Kicking is a free, healthy lifestyle programme which aims to help families with children who want to lose weight and maintain a healthy lifestyle succeed. The programme is available to all families with children aged 4 to 12 years old in the borough of Barnet.
If you have any questions about healthy eating or getting fit, Alive ‘N’ Kicking’s team of registered nutritionists and exercise specialists would be more than happy to answer.
To book or for more information, please call 0208 102 0530, email barnet@ANK.uk.com or visit our website www.ank.uk.com.
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