How can you produce children who actually prefer a clementine to a cola chew? Award-winning food journalist Joanna Blythman examines how modern children's food has become synonymous with bad food and presents an inspiring alternative approach for parents who want to escape the junk food treadmill. From weaning a baby to influencing a teenager, she explains how to bring them up to share the same healthy and wide-ranging food tastes as you. No more tantrums, fights and refusals: her strategies are relaxed, low effort - and they work.
'Full of inspiratin and information, and just enough fulmination to keep the reader's enthusiasm on the boil.' - Times Educational Supplement
'A revelation... It takes a book like this to inspire you to start changing your children's food intake.' - Good Housekeeping
'Joanna Blythman comes to the rescue with a practical selection of sensible ideas, strategies and suggestions.' - Sunday Herald
Paperback: 320 pages
Publisher: Fourth Estate; New Ed edition (29 July 2011)
Product Dimensions: 19.4 x 13 x 2 cm
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