Research shows that kids who eat a healthy breakfast such as porridge or wholegrain cereal with a chopped banana over the top perform better at school and achieve better exam results. They’re also more likely to take part in games and activities and eat healthier throughout the rest of the day. Despite this, figures from TV Chef Jamie Oliver’s Foundation confirm that Britain has the highest rate of childhood obesity in Europe with a quarter classed as overweight or obese.

Kitchen Door Workshop, the made-to-measure replacement kitchen doors retailer, is encouraging a ‘new term, new start’ attitude with low prices on replacement kitchen doors and drawer fronts. Robert Clark, Managing Director said, “A healthy breakfast is so important to a child’s development and with the new school year about to begin, now is a great time to revamp the kitchen and find some inspiration for making healthy breakfasts, lunch and snacks for the forthcoming term. After all, if you’re not inspired by your surroundings, it’s unlikely you’ll want to spend any more time than is necessary there which could be to the detriment of the meals you prepare there.”

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Legato Ultragloss Japanese Pear Kitchen Doors

“A new look kitchen can be easily achieved with any of our custom sizeable, replacement kitchen doors and drawer fronts and takes little time to install. When the revamp is complete, the kids may even want to help prepare their meals in the new, more welcoming environment.”

Available for any dimension of existing cupboard, both the Cambio and Legato replacement kitchen door ranges from Kitchen Door Workshop are available in a range of colours including Japanese Pear, Baltic Blue, Black and Metallic Champagne.

Perfect for creating a fun, inspiring space, glossy replacement kitchen cupboard doors can give a whole new lease of life to a neglected kitchen environment. The high gloss versions of the doors can be easily wiped clean if breakfast or lunch preparations get a bit messy so why not invite the kids to join in and encourage a healthy attitude to food?

Mr Clark added, “Thanks to a petition signed by 271,000 parents and teachers delivered to Downing Street by Jamie Oliver in 2005, cooking lessons are now back on the menu in every UK school. The inclusion of this basic life skill in the national curriculum for 11-14 year olds really emphasises how important it is to help kids develop a love of good, healthy food and equip them with the means to make dishes themselves. We’ve made it as easy as possible to order and fit our replacement kitchen doors and hope that they play a part in getting families back into the kitchen and cooking and preparing food together.”

To find out more about revamping your kitchen with replacement kitchen doors and to view how to installation videos visit

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