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How to help your child develop a healthy relationship with food

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Bella Femme Studio

7 Goode Street

Gisborne, VIC 3437

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All the media attention, blogs and stories about obesity in children no doubt stresses most parents. There's so much conflicting information and pressure. Add to that the stress of somehow getting your children to ‘eat healthily’. But at what cost? Are we risking children developing an unhealthy relationship with food, or even worse, an eating disorder? Kelly will guide you through simple strategies you can implement to help develop a healthy relationship with food for your children. Kelly is an experienced primary school teacher and a nutritionist. She is the founder of Embracing Nutrition. She works with both school children, teachers and parents to help develop children develop a healthy relationship with food.

At this event, Kelly's workshop will cover:

* How much does my child need to eat?

* The 'how to' and' what' food to eat.

* Strategies for the 'fussiness' of food.

* Problematic and positive modelling and language

* How can eating be 'intuitive'?


Discover the answers to these questions…

-Why won't my child eat their veggies?

-Why are meals so difficult?

-How can I encourage my child to try new foods?

-Why is my child so fussy?

The workshop includes:

A practical and informative parent workshop

Hacks for Feeding Children information flyer

Family Style Recipe Booklet

This workshop is for parents who are struggling with how to navigate the confusion and help their children develop nutritious eating habits without the stress.

For more information on Kelly and Embracing Nutrition see her website:

https://embracingnutrition.com.au/


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