Articles, ideas and guides from our resident dietitian, Kate.
I usually plan out my meals for the week, but for a while I stopped. I found not planning my meals made me more stressed and that I didn’t eat as well. Now I really see the value in meal planning.
In our house we have a rule – be nice to food. Be polite to sweet potato, courteous to carrots and there’s no need to badmouth broccoli.
Remember that we are not just trying to get our kids to eat today, we are raising adults and teaching kids how to eat.
Kids are often told not to play with their food. I say let them play with their food.
Guest Blog by Clare Mathieson
I love cooking, but to be honest on busy, stressful weeks I sometimes wish there was someone else to take care of the planning and shopping. Are ingredients boxes the answer?
Got a fussy eater? Try the division of responsibility to create calm at your table.