A workshop designed to help parents deal with fussy eaters is coming to Bath. ‘Helping Your Child Overcome Fussy Eating’ is being delivered by qualified and registered Family Nutrition & Lifestyle Coach, Rose White, at The Learning Tree Day Nursery, Peasedown St John, Bath on 22 October 2019.

Rose runs an evidence-based nutrition practice in Bath, which, as she describes, “Seeks to break through nutrition pseudoscience and clear the way for attainable and realistic health changes for families.”

Having completed training developed by the renowned AfN Registered Nutritionist Laura Thomas Ph.D., in applying the practice of Intuitive Eating to her work, Rose’s approach is a gentle one, supporting and providing families with the tools they need to overcome fussy eating whilst helping children foster a healthy relationship with food and their bodies.

“As a mum of three young children, I know how tricky and frustrating the fussy eating stage can feel,” said Rose. “In this day and age of social media and what can feel like constant diet chatter, it can be hard to know how to talk to our children about food. I help families navigate these parenting waters, empowering them to raise happy and balanced intuitive eaters, who have a positive relationship with food and their bodies.

“The session on 22 October will explore why fussy eating occurs and the tools you can use to introduce new foods and support your child to widen the variety of foods they eat, whilst helping them maintain a happy and healthy relationship with food. It will also explain how the language you use to describe food and eating can provide the foundations for healthy relaxed family eating. You will be shown how to put together a family meal that encourages the trying of new foods (no more cooking different meals!).”

‘Helping Your Child Overcome Fussy Eating’ runs from 6.30-7.30pm, with tickets costing £5. There will be tea, coffee and cake provided, along with a recipe card to take home.

If you would like to find out more about ‘Live A Well Life’ you can visit www.liveawelllife.co.uk or email Rose White @email hidden; JavaScript is required