The thing is….there is a BIG difference between getting a child to eat their veggies (but they spit them out if you are not there or overeat ‘treats’ when you turn your back) and helping children learn to like veggies so that learn to choose them and enjoy them for life.
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The key to a positive relationship with food is for children to have internal control of eating.
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Eating on $2 a day has given me some insights into feeding a family filling, nutritious and colourful foods on a budget. If you are interested, I’d like to share them with you.
We are all guilty of forgetting about those veggies at the bottom of the fridge or the fruit that got a bit squishy in the fruit bowl. You might not even think about tossing them in the bin, and rightly so if it’s smelly and mushy, but most of the time those sad looking fruits and veg can be saved!
Four working mums gave me the lowdown on why and how to meal plan.
Food is morally neutral, shouldn’t make us feel bad or guilty. Food should be enjoyed!
Language swaps for happy, stress free mealtimes and to raise adventurous and colourful eaters
The key to inspiring others is to ENGAGE them (without judging, preaching or pressuring).
Hot off the heals of the ABC series War on Waste- let’s chat food sustainability.
Did you know that diet can improve your concentration, memory, mood and energy levels?
Being a dietitian with a Simpson loving (“You don’t make friends with saa-lad…you don’t make friends with saa-lad”), fussy eating husband, I am often taunted with this song. And you know what… I couldn’t disagree more.
And here’s why…