THE GOOD STUFF BOOK

Delicious recipes and tips for happier and healthier children.

Lucinda Miller’s new book is almost baked! It’s due for release on 13 September, and you can pre-order with a discount at Amazon. If they reduce the price further before it is released, they will charge you the lower price. Brilliant!

In The Good Stuff, Lucinda shares her incredibly useful nutrition and parenting tips as well as over 100 easy and nourishing kids’ recipes that adults will love too. You can also find clever swaps for the fourteen most common allergens, so no one misses out on enjoying The Good Stuff!

Take a peek inside The Good Stuff!

“Helping our kids understand healthy eating should be a massive priority. Lucinda Miller is making a major contribution to that end, with winning recipes and smart tips that will really inspire parents to get their kids eating The Good Stuff.”

Hugh Fearnley-Whittingstall

“Feeding good food to our children is fundamental for their wellbeing and Lucinda’s wonderful book manages to turn ‘nutritious’ into ‘delicious’ for even the fussiest eaters.”

Liz Earle, MBE

“The book all parents have been waiting for to feed their kids deliciously healthy food.”

Amelia Freer

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Come back here after launch!

When The Good Stuff is launched, this page will be your place to get to loads of extras that we didn’t have space for in the book. This will include:

  • Bonus recipes
  • Shopping guide
  • Supplement recommendations

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Book Tour Dates

September 7th, 10am-2pm  – Brighton, Sussex
NIPS Mental Health & Children Seminar – Book tickets

The seminar will feature speakers discussing mental health in relation to children, with the aim to start discussions and support those who want to improve their knowledge of mental health, no matter what their background.

September 18th, 7-9.50pm – Ipswich, Suffolk
Huddl Parent Talk: Family Wellbeing & Nutrition  – Book tickets
At this Huddl Parent talk you will gain tools from the PERMA+ model for wellbeing and learn about the latest neuroscience findings and why these matter for us as parents. You will be given a deeper understanding of how nutrition impacts our children’s minds and bodies, some easy ideas for health and wellbeing, as well as great tips to nourish young brains. Speakers: Dr Hazel Harrison & Lucinda Miller

September 20th, 2-4pm – Andover, Hampshire (kids welcome)
The Good Stuff at Books At The Barn – Book tickets
Lucinda will share with you some of the key nutrition snippets and tips from her new book The Good Stuff. With child obesity on the rise, and more and more young people struggling with anxiety, mood swings, learning and behavioural issues, this is a timely and important talk. Recent research has shown children’s brain and body development continues until they are well into their twenties. What they eat now lays down the foundations of their future health. Learn how to nurture good eating habits in your child and show your child how to build a positive relationship with food, that will have huge benefits for their long-term health and well-being.

September 25th, 7-9.50pm – Cambridge
Huddl Parent Talk: Family Wellbeing & Nutrition – Book tickets
At this Huddl Parent talk you will gain tools from the PERMA+ model for wellbeing and learn about the latest neuroscience findings and why these matter for us as parents. You will be given a deeper understanding of how nutrition impacts our children’s minds and bodies, some easy ideas for health and wellbeing, as well as great tips to nourish young brains. Speakers: Dr Hazel Harrison & Lucinda Miller

November 12th, 7.30-9.30pm – Salisbury, Wiltshire
Salisbury Cathedral School – Book tickets
Learn Lucinda’s top nutrition secrets from her new book: The Good Stuff and she will show you easy ways to nourish your kids to keep them healthy, happy and well. Lucinda will also share with you the most up to date research on child nutrition and how diet can impact on many areas of health and mood. Learn how to show your children how to build a positive relationship with food, that will have huge benefits for their long-term health and well-being.

More dates to follow!