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"Great guide to helping your child make healthy choices…"
Love this book! Not only are there easy-to-read explanations on why children would prefer not to eat certain foods, there's plenty of practical tips on how to win them over without having to resort to bribery! There's also a really useful section on how to encourage your children to develop a healthy body image. Really useful book which I'll definitely be turning to for advice as my children grow.Read moreLess
"A must have for anyone with children…"
I have two young children and feel that food is something that it is quite easy to get wrong. This book is great as it really helps you with ideas of how to keep food straight forward and without issues but it is not preachy in any way. Since the book is written by a mother as well as an 'expert' you believe that the suggestions are realistic as well as thought through. There are some great recipe ideas too! I would really recommend this book to anyone with any aged children it has helped me so much!Read moreLess
"Easy to read, hugely relevant, providing answers and solutions…"
I am a mother of 2 children (ages 3 and 4) who have always been fairly good eaters up until recently. I wanted a book that could give me practical advice that wasn't just based on personal experience alone. I LOVE this book, it has answered so many questions about my childrens eating habits, providing an explanation for many of the problems I face. It is such an easy book to use and I didn't have to read it cover to cover to get what I wanted (never enough time). If any others mothers are struggling with their childs eating which for me has been affecting their sleep patterns, I can highly recommend this book for guidance (and reassurance)!Read moreLess
"Really readable and accessible with lots of practical advice…"
As a mum with 2 toddlers (age 2 and 4) this book offers loads of practical tips on giving my kids a healthy approach to food. It has a great balance of practical advice backed up by evidence based research - and is the first parenting book that I've seen that actually focuses on food. It's a really accessible books with plenty of bullet points and 'take home messages' boxes so you can either dip in or read it from cover to cover. I particularly like the fact that you can tell that the author has children and is very pragmatic in her advice. It even has recipes in it for busy mums - so I can no longer use the excuse that 'I don't have time to cook'! ;) Definitely recommend this book whether you're looking for advice with specific food related issues, or just to encourage your kids to have a good relationship with food.Read moreLess