Sarah Scotland has created this downloadable booklet for people out there with children who pick at their food, make a fuss or refuse to eat at all!
So if this sounds like your child or child/children in your Childcare Provision – this booklet is just what you need!
Calling on her extensive knowledge as a parent and also working with families, Sarah has created this booklet full of facts, hints, top tips and nutritional advice with the added bonus of a food diary, so you should soon be on track to making mealtimes more harmonious.
This booklet is just one of a range of downloadable mini booklets that Sarah has created around nutrition for children and families, for the full range please visit her website: Sarah Scotland – Nutritionist.
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About the Author
“After 15 years of being a stay-at-home mum, I decided that I needed to do something for myself that I was passionate about. I have always been interested in food and wellbeing, and how to encourage a healthy environment in the household, therefore I chose to become qualified as a Nutritionist. I took a Science GCSE, then an Access Course and finally my Bsc Degree in Nutrition, Excercise and Health. Since I have been qualified, I have had many opportunities to work with a wonderful array of people, offering them hints and tips that have helped them lead healthier lives.I have worked with a big selection of families, in children centres and schools, developing their cooking skills and sharing practical nutrition advice.
In the last few years, I have been involved with people with learning difficulties, and I have enjoyed helping them and their carers learn about portion sizes and giving advice on healthy choices. I created Wise About Food as a community interest company in order to offer community groups the nutritional advice and general wellbeing that has not been previously available to them.”