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Do You Have a Fussy Eater: A Step By Step Parents’ Manual for Peaceful Mealtimes By Eve Reed
eBook (ePub): $7.01
If you are stressed about your child's eating, this book will revolutionise your life. Follow the five simple steps in this manual and you will no longer be dreading mealtimes. Step 1 - Have... More > structured mealtimes Step 2 - Let your child decide how much to eat at each meal Step 3 - Have sit-down meals and planned snacks Step 4 - Let your child decide what to put on his/her plate Step 5 - Have family meals "Do you have a fussy eater" also has practical and easy suggestions for what foods to offer your child at meals and planned snack times to make sure your child can meet their nutritional requirements. Follow these suggestions to reclaim the joy of family meals. No more cooking multiple meals, 'getting' your child to eat, coaxing or using distractions. Once the food is on the table, it's time to enjoy the meal together.< Less
Eat Right Without a Fight: Raising Happy and Healthy Eaters By Fiona Sutherland & Dr Justin Coulson, PhD
eBook (ePub): $9.99
Sick and tired of fights, battles and whingeing at the dinner table? Or perhaps you just want your children to eat something nutritious so the whole family can have a stress-free meal together. As a... More > parent, you want your children to eat good food, but also to have a healthy relationship with food. Written in bite-sized chunks and filled with practical strategies, this ebook will teach you - The most common meal-time mistakes most parents make - Strategies for stopping the food-fights and ending the power struggles - How to increase the range of foods your child will eat (and hopefully love) Designed for parents of 2 to 12 year olds, Eat Right Without a Fight also provides specific tips for each age group to guide parents as their children grow. Written by Dietitian Fiona Sutherland in collaboration with parenting expert Dr Justin Coulson, this ebook offers hope for struggling parents with evidence-based strategies that can lead to positive, lasting changes, and healthier, happier children.< Less
Raising Kids Who Love Food and Their Bodies By Natalie Thompson
eBook (ePub): $7.12
(3 Ratings)
This ebook is a practical guide designed to help "real" families with the tricky aspects of feeding their child nutritious food, even if the child is a "fussy" eater. Written by... More > Natalie Thompson, non-dieting Accredited Practising Dietitian, parents and carers will feel empowered and supported to raise children who love food and their bodies. You will understand the basics of “normal” eating, fussy eating, non-dieting nutrition, body image and building and nurturing a positive relationship with food and bodies. There is a trouble shooting and case studies section for improving relationships with food and bodies. The goal setting template and instructions, recommended reading and the next step section will further support you to achieve your family feeding goals. Raise kids who love food, their bodies and life.< Less