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Happy Mealtimes for Kids: A Guide To Making Healthy Meals That Children Love

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    Cathy Glass(Author)

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Number 1 best-selling author, Cathy Glass, shares her experience and expertise gained across 25 years as a foster carer in this accessible and practical guide to establishing healthy and happy mealtimes.

As well as bringing up three of her own children, Cathy Glass has had to radically improve the diets of most of the seventy-five children she has fostered – encouraging them to eat more healthily and helping them to understand the importance of mealtimes. As a result Cathy has become very good at producing simple but wholesome meals that appeal to children of all ages – here for the first time she shares her knowledge.

Children with bad diets are often under or over weight, short in stature, with dull skin and hair, they can lack energy and often have difficulties concentrating. Cathy will help to explain what constitutes a bad diet and why foods heavy in sugar, fat and salt should be limited. She will explore the effect a poor diet and food additives can have on a child’s behaviour and intelligence. Most importantly, she will suggest quick, easy and straightforward ways of making a difference.

From how to establish routines to what to feed your children for breakfast, lunch and dinner, the importance of mealtimes for family bonding to the impact of the recent UK legislation governing school dinners, Cathy has compiled a comprehensive yet accessible guide to all you need to know about producing healthy and happy family mealtimes.

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Book details

  • PDF | 128 pages
  • Cathy Glass(Author)
  • HarperCollins; UK ed. edition (13 Sept. 2012)
  • English
  • 3
  • Health, Family & Lifestyle

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  • By larraine costello on 5 November 2015

    Wasn't really what was expecting alot of the print very small and difficult to read

  • By Bill on 4 October 2012

    Another excellent book in the "Happy" series. Easy to follow recipes for healthy, nourishing meals suitable not just for children but for the elderly too! Like all Cathy's books the clear writing style makes them a joy to read and I shall certainly be recommending this book to friends and colleagues.

  • By Naturgunila on 19 April 2015

    I liked it, but was maybe expecting more advise towards how much to push kids when they don't want to eat their vegs, etc. Main content is recipes, which are ok, especially for younger people not used to cooking complete meals

  • By Robert on 17 September 2012

    Easy to prepare, healthy meals for kids. The recipes are straightforward to produce using easily obtainable ingredients. Although the book was written with kids in mind, I find that the recipes are great for adults too.

  • By rachel on 25 October 2015

    Brilliant book 😀 most informative

  • By Martha on 7 September 2012

    This is the third in the series of Cathy's Happy books, and as with Happy Kids and Happy Adults there is a lot of useful information and practical ideas. Cathy's style of writing is easy to understand and her recipes are easy to follow. Very reasonably priced too. I shall be recommending it to my friends, family and work colleagues.

  • By rebecca mal on 21 December 2012

    Really? ,I had hoped for tasteful inspiration, instead I am told how to boil an egg and make a packed lunch. No Annabelle cartmell that's for sure.

  • By Lucy Gilbert on 4 July 2016

    Fantastic book, Great basic family recipes' makes plenty for my hungry lot!


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