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Workbook 2: Help Your Toddler L.E.A.R.N. about food - a Stress-Free Mealtimes Workbook

In our second workbook we highlight the best ways to help your toddler L.E.A.R.N. about food. On payment you will get instant access in 3 formats.

Help Your Toddler L.E.A.R.N. About Food: A Stress-Free Mealtimes Workbook for Parents of Toddlers who are Fussy Eaters

Get help for managing fussy eating in toddlers in this electronic workbook aimed at parents.

On payment you will get instant access this workbook in 3 convenient formats: PDF, mobi, and epub.

Published 1st January 2019. First Edition. 31 pages. ISBN: 978-1-912848-02-7

Description

In this practical workbook Zoe Connor shares her unique approach to helping manage fussy eating, developed over her many years working in the NHS and privately as a registered paediatric dietitian.

Using the acronym L.E.A.R.N. parents learn 5 key considerations when introducing new foods to their children.

Evidence-based, easy to read and practical.

Zoe Connor is a registered paediatric dietitian who has many years experience helping parents of children with eating problems in both NHS and private practice.

Over the years she has developed a unique approach to help parents overcome mealtime battles. Using the acronym L.E.A.R.N. she helps parents learn five considerations when introducing new foods to their children – from how best to use rewards to how to be neutral about foods.

Alongside the first workbook in this series, the author aims to help parents achieve Stress-Free Mealtimes.


Table of Contents

1. Introduction
2. How to use this workbook
3. L is for Low Stress
4. E is for Enjoyable
5. A is for Ample Activities
6. R is for Reward
7. N is for Neutral
8. Help your toddler L.E.A.R.N. about food
About the author
Our other products
Medical disclaimer


Your Instructor


Zoe Connor
Zoe Connor

I’ve been a dietitian for over 15 years and fussy eating is the thing I get asked about most. I've helped hundreds if not thousands of parents like you via my clinics in the NHS and privately, and I wanted to share my approach to helping with fussy eating and out of this stressfreemealtimes.org was born.


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