Holidays can be a tricky time as diet culture rears its ugly head when we are surrounded by more than the usual delicious sweet and savoury delights!
In this video I share some tips to help you get through it with your kids and how to use…
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- set a mealtime schedule
- set a mealtime warning
- remove all pressure - ;you don’t have to eat that’
- wait at least 30mins-1hr before serving a snack.
- remove distractions
- Set mealtime manners
This Months activity…
Exposure comes in many different formats - but getting kids involved in food preparation and play is some of the most effective ways as there is little to no pressure or expectation to try the food!
In this months snackable training I take…
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Whilst fussy eating regressions aren't as researched as sleeping regressions there are two ages that we can see heightened fussy eating behaviours...
2 - 3 yrs - At this age body growth starts to grow, while…
"Food is more than just nutrients, our mental health around food is just as (if not more important!)"
Kids appetite fluctuates depending on so many factors, for example - sleep, activity levels etc.
Kids are learning…
Teaching your kids to honour their hunger is MUCH MORE IMPORTANT than following portion sizes
Appetite can fluctuate for a number of reasons.
Kids height, weight, size, and caloric needs vary greatly due due to their…
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It is a toxic culture that teaches us to dislike our body feel like we need to change – ps. You don’t! But Going deeper this is what it has done to our relationship with food.
It has made us think that gluten is unhealthy,…
Remember that these numbers are averages. Not only should you see them as developed for the 'average' child at a certain age but also view these numbers as what your kids need on average over a whole week or month. You…
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