It's important for young children to develop a healthy relationship with food from an early age.
Good nutrition can help with both physical and emotional development.
You may need to offer a food up to 14 separate times before a child decides if they like it.
Children will look to parents for cues so it is important to promote healthy behaviours and positive attitudes.
Family cooking activities
Taking time to cook and enjoy a meal with the family can be very rewarding. It's a great time for bonding and encourages communication.
Research has shown that eating together encourages healthy eating habits in children and may reduce risk of obesity.
Supporting special diets
Dealing with allergies
Cooking on a budget
Cooking and eating sessions can be a great way to bring communities together and promote health and well-being.
Reducing social isolation
Wait More, Weigh Less" - healthy eating and weight loss group.
A hormonal approach to weight loss, this is a 10 week pilot program open to anyone looking for an alternative to a traditional 'diet'.
FREE (as this a pilot program, you need to be committed to the 10 weeks and happy to provide constructive feedback to help shape future programs)
The Kindle Centre, Nr Asda, Hereford
Date and Time:
Starts Wednesday 5th June 6pm - 7pm for 10 weeks
(Please note there will be no session on 10th July)