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Fun Food For Fussy Little Eaters

Author: Smita Srivastava
Publisher: Ryland Peters & Small
ISBN: 1849756813
Size: 59.86 MB
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Mealtimes can be a battleground if your child is a fussy eater and many parents worry that their kids aren't eating enough of the healthy things they need to grow. Worrying about her own little picky eater, Smita Srivastava found a way to make mealtimes fun and persuade her daughter to eat what was put in front of her. Smita's fun and quirky food designs worked so well that she started her blog, Little Food Junction, which has received an overwhelming response from mums around the world. Since most children need a little more inspiration to try new things, the ideas and recipes in this book aim to make food more visually appealing. Featuring easy to make breakfasts, snacks and lunchboxes comprised of healthy ingredients including fresh fruit and vegetables, these fun food presentations not only encourage kids to try new things, but also drive home the message that healthy meals don't have to be boring. Armed with a Friendly Lion, Three Little Pigs, or an Exotic Christmas Tree, mealtime battles at the dinner table will be history.

My Fussy Eater

Author: Ciara Attwell
Publisher: Bonnier Publishing Ltd.
ISBN: 1911600761
Size: 44.84 MB
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100 yummy recipes from the UK's number 1 food blog. Most parents have to deal with the fateful 'Fussy Eater' at some point in their lives - let My Fussy Eater show you the easy way to get your children eating a variety of healthy, delicious foods. Packed full of family-friendly recipes, entire meal plans and the all-important tips on dealing with fussy eaters, you'll be guided every step of the way. You'll no longer need to cook separate meals for you and your children - saving time, money and stress. The never-seen-before recipes will take 30 minutes or less to prepare and cook, using simple, everyday ingredients. Make in bulk for easy meal times, and get your fussy eaters finally eating fruit and vegetables! My Fussy Eater provides practical, easy and delicious solutions for fussy eaters the whole family can enjoy!

Getting The Little Blighters To Eat

Author: Claire Potter
Publisher: Bloomsbury Publishing
ISBN: 1472941632
Size: 44.44 MB
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Does your child decide they don't like a food before they've even tried it? Do they say 'Yuk' to foods they used to eat happily? Would they live off chips and ice-cream and never touch a vegetable again if given the chance? Are mealtimes driving you nuts? It's easy to think that children are naturally just fussy eaters. Yet, without realizing it, we are actually creating many of the problems ourselves with the things we do and say to our children around food. The right thing to do isn't always as obvious or as instinctive as you might think. Common habits like using pudding as a reward for eating the main course, or pestering them to eat their vegetables, actually encourage ? not discourage ? fussy eating! This little book tells you how to start again. It won't give you complicated child-friendly recipes or clever ways to sneak vegetables into meals ? just easy-to-follow, easy-to-remember rules to help re-programme your child into a happy, healthy, adventurous eater. Recommended by a leading NHS Specialist Paediatric Dietician.

Top Tips For Fussy Eaters

Author: Gina Ford
Publisher: Random House
ISBN: 1409003779
Size: 39.68 MB
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All parents want their toddlers to be healthy, happy eaters but mealtimes can often end in a battle of wills. Gina Ford's Top Tips for Fussy Eaters offers parents practical, straightforward advice on turning those difficult mealtimes into happy family occasions. Gina's no-nonsense quick and easy tips will help you to: - create food that is fun to eat, yet healthy and nutritious - make mealtimes less stressful - encourage your child to eat fruit and vegetables This handy parenting guide offers sensible solutions to help you cope with your little fussy eater, encourage healthy eating and banish tantrums at mealtimes for good.

Eating Guide For Fussy Kids

Author: Eirini Togia
Publisher: Stergiou Limited
ISBN: 191231519X
Size: 19.56 MB
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"While a bit uneven, this vivid work delivers a smorgasbord of practical ideas and fun recipes." – Kirkus Review *** How can I make sure that my child is well nourished? How can I restore good relations between parents and children in our family?” Only people with a first-hand experience with fussy and picky children can fully grasp the challenge for the family. In this guide, three renowned professionals join forces to help families deal effectively with the issue: Pavlos Sakkas, a professor of psychiatry, analyses step by step how the family meal may well turn into a conflict between child and parents, emphasises the danger of the ever-lurking anorexia nervosa and shows how to eliminate these issues. George Moustakas, a paediatrician, offers helpful information and tips for children's nourishment and redeems the reputation of tasty foods such as butter, chocolate, salt, etc. Eirini Togia, the internationally famous and global award-winning chef better known as "Rena tis Ftelias", shares Mediterranean-style recipes that appeal even to the fussiest children. The guide is also a source of practical, hands-on tips and insights described through real-life personal stories of adults who had been fussy themselves or who had picky children. The experts’ comments on the stories shed more light and reveal hidden aspects. Finally, the book provides useful advice gleaned from recent academic studies, surveys, and researches, a world bibliography, and guidelines from the National Health System in the UK (NHS Choices). Editor's preface It is not by coincidence that the authors and the editor of this book are all of the Mediterranean origins. In this part of the world, food is a severe issue! The same applies to the family. And they are best expressed together on the occasion of a joyful family feast. So, in the Mediterranean culture, a picky or fuzzy eater is a matter of concern that is worthy of attention. A holistic approach was the concept of the first edition, published earlier this year in Greece. It aimed to help expand a child’s appetite as well as to highlight the family dynamics that may trigger this kind of behaviour. The success of the first Greek edition as well as substantial research evidence suggesting that these issues are, after all, common around the world, led us to this enhanced international publication in the English language. Introduction If you are reading this book, there is a good chance you may feel challenged by a child’s eating behaviour. What is a fussy or a picky eater? Is there a difference with neophobia? Yes, there is. What is the primary root of the problem? Parents' behaviour and their relationship with their children. Do you know that if you change the colours and taste, with appropriate preparation, of the main foods that are usually rejected by picky children, the same children will eat them up? These are only some of the topics covered in the following chapters of this guide: Fundamental rules for parents to obtain and increase skills in building consistent and straightforward behaviours in their children with delicacies and children-friendly decorated dishes. Parents' anxiety control and their knowledge about the phenomenon and its types and what is normal or not remain a key. Because the solution requires knowledge of the problem for the parent to ask for help promptly from a doctor who is the only person and professional that can help solve this issue. This is the goal of this guide which covers eating difficulties from toddler age through to adolescence in five sections. "While a bit uneven, this vivid work delivers a smorgasbord of practical ideas and fun recipes." – Kirkus Review KIRKUS REVIEW "Three experts present a guide that’s part cookbook and part advice for worried parents. Bubbling with hands-on tips for coaxing stubborn children to eat, this cheerful manual for parents garners information from sources like Britain’s National Health Service. Divided into five easy-to-read parts, the volume provides many color photographs from various sources of expressive kids and delectable dishes scattered throughout the pages. Section 1 features compelling testimony of a childhood eating disorder suffered by Sakkas (Revealing Psychiatry, 2015), a psychiatry professor from the National and Kapodistrian University of Athens. But his dark tone may startle some when he writes that in a family power struggle, children who won’t eat are “perverts” who are willing to suffer to punish their parents. Continuing the discussion, pediatrician Moustakas suggests using the senses—and a variety of colors—to induce children to eat. The debut author notes that kids love to touch their food, so anything too “hard or gluey” could be displeasing to them. Perhaps surprising to some, butter and sea salt are offered as “necessary” ingredients for children’s health. Section 2 presents 30 kid-friendly recipes—including veggie burgers, cheese cupcakes, pizza, and omelet wraps—by chef Togia (A Taste of Greece!, 2014, etc.). Her pleasant dishes, like savory “Granny’s meatballs,” could make little mouths water. Likewise, kids who help prepare creative concoctions, such as the egg-based “Toasted smiley face,” are more likely to be enthusiastic eaters. Written in a friendly, first-person voice, the guide provides recipe instructions that are clear and concise. But some recipes, such as “Chocolate cookies,” require knowledge of grams or kilograms—and will likely be confusing for readers who measure with cups or pounds. Inspired by Togia, a dad shares his own recipe ideas in Section 3—for example, pizza with vegetables. In Section 4, Sakkas returns with a thoughtful analysis of an eating disorder. After supplying 15 obvious tips—including that parents should remain calm—this well-referenced volume concludes with a useful glossary and appendices for further reading. While a bit uneven, this vivid work delivers a smorgasbord of practical ideas and fun recipes."

The Diet Bible

Author: Judith Wills
Publisher: Whitecap Books
ISBN: 9781552853733
Size: 56.28 MB
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Finally, one book that cuts through all the fad diets. If you've been looking for straight answers for all of your weight-loss questions, this is the book for you. Broken down into ten easy-to-use sections featuring thirty-five questions and answers, including cross-references, Wills exposes common diet myths and provides an impartial reference that will help you make an informed choice. The different diet programs, methods, and products that we are bombarded with daily are evaluated in an A-Z listing that is also cross-referenced.

Baby And Toddler Meals For Dummies

Author: Dawn Simmons
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons
ISBN: 9781118052853
Size: 52.74 MB
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Includes tips for feeding picky eaters and kids with allergies Understand your child's nutritional needs and prepare fast, tasty meals Babies and toddlers need good nutrition to grow and thrive, and this essential, timesaving guide makes it easy to feed your child right. It explains exactly what foods you should introduce at what ages -- and shows you how to prepare fresh, home-cooked baby and toddler meals that beat anything you can get from a jar or box. Discover how to * Save money and expand your baby-food budget * Dish up healthy, well-balanced meals * Introduce new foods at the right time * Serve foods with high kid-appeal * Have fun cooking with your child