Eve has written several book and ebooks on children’s nutrition and health:
Do you have a Fussy Eater? A Step by Step Parent’s Manual for Peaceful Mealtimes
If you are stressed about your child’s eating, you are not alone. In 30 years of practice, Paediatric Dietitian Eve Reed has seen hundreds of parents who have tried everything from coaxing their child with bribes and distraction to cooking multiple dishes a night. Contrary to popular belief, kids don’t ‘grow out of it’. Through her years of research and experience, Eve has developed simple strategies that have revolutionised parent’s lives from years of dreading mealtimes, to peaceful and nutritious family time. ‘Do You Have a Fussy eater?’ is a practical and simple guide that includes not simply nutritional information, but addresses feeding behaviours within a family that can transform family meals. It is possible to reclaim the joy of family times so that once food is on the table, its time to enjoy the meal together.
Kids, Food, Health 1,2 & 3 By Eve Reed
Kids Food Health 1
Nutrition and your child’s development Choosing good nutrition for your child ought to be easy, but the amount of confusing and conflicting parenting information is increasing all the time. Nowhere is this more evident than in the area of infant nutrition. In this book, the authors outline the ample benefits of breastfeeding for both mother and child, provide simple and clear options for feeding your infant, and explain important health concerns. The foods you give your infant form the basis for your child’s nutrition and health, both now and in the future. The authors, Dr Patricia McVeagh and Eve Reed, specialise in children’s health and, on a daily basis, answer queries and concerns from parents. They draw on their collective experience to provide parents with important medical and nutritional information in this book.
Kids Food Health 2
Nutrition and your child’s development – from toddler to preschooler
Children in these years develop assertive independence and have a reputation for being fussy eaters. At no other age is there such a potential for small changes in diet to significantly impact on health. However, they know when they are hungry and when they are not, and if we respect this and apply a few simple rules, good nutrition at this age is easy. The authors, Dr Patricia McVeagh and Eve Reed, specialise in children’s health and nutrition, and on a daily basis, answer queries and concerns from parents. In this book they draw on their collective experience to provide parents with important medical and nutritional information – and simple, clear options for feeding toddlers and preschoolers.
Kids Food Health 3
Nutrition and your child’s development – from school-age to teenage
During a child’s school years, eating behaviours are not always conducive to good nutrition. The peer group becomes important in moulding children’s food preferences, which are also influenced by exposure to food advertising. This occurs at a crucial time when some nutrient intakes such as iron and calcium are critical, and when serious nutritional problems – including obesity and anorexia nervosa – can occur. In this book the authors aim to guide parents in establishing healthy eating habits that their children will carry into adulthood.
Congratulations! You have signed up to receive our free bookletYou're now part of a community of parents who want to know ‘how’ and ‘when’ of feeding your child as well as the ‘what’ to feed them. I'm really excited that you've joined us. To start on your way to raising healthy eaters, please take a moment to download your free booklet - ‘Familyfoodworks Guide to Raising Healthy Eaters.’ This booklet includes a checklist to help you identify the areas of feeding that could be causing you stress at mealtimes. There are also tips to get you started making changes. In addition, you will also receive our Familyfoodworks Newsletter, which will be delivered directly to your in-box on the last Thursday of the month. This newsletter is full of information and practical strategies, resources and ideas - everything you need to further support you in becoming a parent who is raising healthy eaters. To assist me in supporting you further, I'd like to know more about you. Please take a moment to let me know:
- What do you see as the main challenges you face in feeding your child?
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Paediatric Dietitian Sydney
Eve Reed is the director of FamilyFoodWorks and is an Accredited Practising Dietitian with over 30 years experience working with children and parents and other health professionals, with an extensive background in child and adolescent nutrition, early childhood care, childbirth education and breastfeeding and counselling.