Book a “game-changer” for parents of picky eaters

Book a “game-changer” for parents of picky eaters

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Creating Confident Eaters, written by picky eating guru, Judith Yeabsley is a “game-changer” for parents of picky eaters.

So many parents are floundering when it comes to getting their children eating family food. Mealtimes are often stressful, lunchboxes boomerang back mostly full and children are eating far less fruit and veges than their parents would like.

Creating Confident Eaters is just what parents are looking for!

Written in a style that makes everything seem so simple, it is like following a recipe or a car manual. Aimed at the average, time poor parent who has a million other priorities it lays out a plan for how to move forwards. How to support children to add new foods.

The book looks at commonly eaten foods like bread, crackers and pasta and shows parents how to gently make changes that children are OK with but enable them to accept first changes and then new foods.

One of the paradoxes of fussy eating is that a child only accepts a limited number of foods but parents can’t offer new ones with any chance of success. Creating Confident Eaters walks us through, using clever, warm illustrations and text that is super easy to understand how to do this. How to take a food a child likes and gently introduce a new one.

The focus of the book is around fun, it’s around family and it’s about how parents really can make a difference to picky eating.

If you have a picky eater this may just be the book that truly does change your life.

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Do you have a picky eater? Then the folloiwng book is for you Creating Confident Eaters

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