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navigating our diet obsessed world

navigating our diet obsessed world

But it got me thinking….we sadly still live in a world filled with diet culture. So how can we help our children navigate this world?

nutrition is not kids’ business

nutrition is not kids’ business

A question I am often asked from parents, from fellow nutritionists and dietitians and from educators is “but if we don’t teach them what foods are healthy everyday and sometimes foods then how will children eat more of the foods we want them to eat?”

what i used to think, what i do now

what i used to think, what i do now

In today’s society, we often see people being quite self critical when things don’t go quite the way they planned. This sort of negative self talk is not healthy for you or the people around you. Here at Foost, we like to share our language swap tips, so this blog will discuss some self talk/thinking swaps!

top 10 fruit and veg wasted and how to avoid the bin

top 10 fruit and veg wasted and how to avoid the bin

Food waste is money and time wasted. We asked our Foost audience what are the most common fruit and veg to end up in the compost or bin. The top 10 are below as well as tips for how to store, and how to use up.

the low down on vegan, vegetarian and flexitarian

the low down on vegan, vegetarian and flexitarian

For the past decade many buzzwords such as ‘plant-based’, ‘flexitarian’ and ‘vegetarian’ have been popping up. But what do these mean and how can these diets be beneficial? Read further for the how, the why and easy ways to adopt a plant-based diet into your life that you won’t even notice.

what if it’s not about the food but our reactions?

what if it’s not about the food but our reactions?

Parenting is hard. Feeding children is hard. It is easy to get fixated on what our children will or won’t eat. To get caught up in the controlling food battles with our children. To concentrate on the food and what is eaten. But what if we don’t think about the food for a moment. But about how the food is served, the environment and the foodie effects of our parenting style.

7 tips to boost your cooking confidence

7 tips to boost your cooking confidence

Covid-19 has brought us many challenges, but it did provide us with the opportunity to get back into the kitchen more! will it continue as life goes back to normal? Heres a couple of reasons how you could benefit from boosting your cooking confidence and keep utilising our covid kitchen skills in everyday life!

kids can cook!

kids can cook!

In these uncertain time whilst trying to enterain the children more plus remote schooling, teaching your kids how to cook is the perfect and practical approach to teach maths, reading, science, and home economics all in one! After a few lessons of teaching them, you will be able to assess their ability with the ultimate test… Mother’s Day Breakfast.

While cooking with your kids may require a little extra time, flexibility, mess and patience, with the right mindset, your time in the kitchen can provide your kids with an endless amount of benefits—It may even become a frequent occurrence (which can become a delicious benefit to you!)

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