Do you consider your child to be a fussy eater? A survey of 2,000 parents of children aged four to 16 found three in five consider their child a ‘fussy eater’.
Any parent of a fussy eater will know how stressful it can be to try and get fruit and vegetables into children sometimes. Often really fussy eaters will have one thing they are happy to eat loads of but try anything else and you are met with a major meltdown. Strawberries or cucumber perhaps go […]
The New Year often signals a change for people. Many people use the start of the New Year to make a change or start something new. Often this relates to exercise or diet. Whilst we often feel really motivated at the start of the year, it can be hard to maintain this as the weeks […]
Albert was an apple. He was a bright and shiny apple and the envy of the entire fruit basket. One day Albert was selected by the woman in charge of making packed lunches to go to school with one of the big kids. It was such an adventure for Albert and he was very excited. […]
How healthy is your diet? Do you know what is good and what is bad? What you should have lots of and what you should only have in moderation? I love the idea that a good diet and particular foods can improve, even cure certain conditions. There is a wonderful article which explores the 100 […]
I recently had the opportunity to ask Zoe Griffiths, Head of Programme and Public Health at Weight Watchers UK some questions about healthy eating. Here are her top tips for busy mums which I wanted to share with you: Get everyone involved in healthier eating and moving more: Did you know that changes to your lifestyle […]
When you are a mum on the run, eating can be a tricky thing. Many mums either struggle to eat good stuff or forget altogether. I have certainly been guilty of fitting into the forget altogether category in the past – not that it has helped with any weight loss mind you! Trying to stay organised […]