FOOD TRAFFIC LIGHTS
The book divides foods into Red, Orange and Green lists, which indicate how often they should be eaten by children aged over three.
Children can eat freely: vegetables (apart from potatoes), eggs, meats, poultry, fish and shellfish, butter, double cream, hard and soft cheeses, cream cheese.
Children should only consume in moderation: all whole and dried fruit, potatoes, grains such as rice and oats, honey.
Children should avoid wherever practical: all confectionery, ice-cream, crisps, all breads made from grains containing gluten, commercially-battered food like chicken nuggets, all soft drinks and fruit juices.