A wonderfully healthy diet sounds great in theory, but if you have a picky eater on your hands then this is where you have your work cut out. In too many household’s food choices can become a sticking point and meal times can be incredibly stressful. Learn some practical ways how to turn a picky eater into a fantastic feeder.
Do you have a fussy or picky eater in your home? If so, you’re not alone, it is one of the most common nutritional worries for parents. We want to make sure our children have the nutrition they need to grow, develop, run, play, fight of illness, excel at school… but it’s not always that easy!
I am thrilled to be holding a Brain Food Talk at StoryStock Circus of Stories on Thursday 29th October at 6.45pm at The Bush Theatre. This is part of the ‘Ask the Expert’ parenting events being held in the evenings after the Circus of Stories events. Come to discover nutrition tips, which food helps children’s behaviour, mood or school performance, and learn simple ways to introduce better brain foods.
If you have seen great benefits from taking daily supplements and super foods, you may be keen to give your children the same boost. You may get frustrated that these are often not as child-friendly as you would like, and getting your children on-board to take their vitamins may prove to be an uphill struggle. Here are some cunning ideas to help them whizz down their daily goodness.