Build safe food sets. Great when your older child still won’t eat.

4th August 2021 / Stephanie Fade

ADHD, ARFID, ED recovery, Uncategorized, anxiety, autism, eating disorders, eating disorders recovery, parenting, sensory modulation, sensory modulation disorder, sensory processing, sensory processing disorder, trauma
When you have a tween or teen who still only eats a very limited diet you need to take action. When a young person eats fewer than about 10 different foods they are at risk of nutritional deficiencies and it may prevent them growing properly. Your child might be a healthy weight, underweight or overweight

read more

How to cut waste and eat healthily: Tips for your family.

26th April 2021 / Stephanie Fade

Uncategorized, food waste, healthy eating, parenting, stop food waste day, sustainabiliy
Planning meals with the family can save money and waste and is a great way to talk about the benefits of different foods Wednesday 28thApril is international stop food waste day.  We waste 33% of food produced globally. We could feed all the 795 million undernourished people in the world with just 25% of this waste!

read more

Food for focus

12th June 2018 / Stephanie Fade

ADHD, Ages and Stages, Teens and Tweens, Uncategorized, focus, parenting, teens, tweens
If you have a tween or teen who struggles to focus on learning or those crucial tasks you need them to do around the house then making a few dietary changes might help. Here are my top 5 tips to use food for focus. Help them stay hydrated Ok so it’s not strictly food but

read more

Scroll to Top