Karen Fischer is a nutritionist; in her professional practice she has treated everyone from babies to grandmothers. Karen also writes health columns for various Australian publications and does voluntary health and nutrition talks at high schools around the country. As a mother of two, she knows what it’s like to deal with fussy eaters and has successfully developed a range of healthy and delicious meals that the whole family enjoys. Karen’s first book, The Healthy Skin Diet, is a bestseller and was winner of the 2008 Australian Food Media Award for Best Health, Nutrition or Specific Diet book.
Healthy Family, Happy Family: The complete healthy guide to feeding your family
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Healthy Family, Happy Family shows you how to cook quick and delicious meals. You also prepare many of them in bulk so you don’t have to cook every night. It also teaches you how to ‘market’ healthy food to fussy kids so that they choose veggies over KFC!
The book includes over 100 recipes as well as weekly menus and detailed shopping lists. These are the keys to saving time and money. Specialised recipes cover lunchbox options, vegetarians and vegans, gluten-free, parties and picnics.
SPECIFICATIONS: Paperback | 229 x 178 mm / 9 x 7 Inches | 256 Pages |
Is your child a fussy eater? Do you struggle to convince them that healthy is best? Do you wage a daily war against the marketing machines of big fast food corporations? Then you NEED this book! This is the one-stop food manual for parents. With just a few simple rules to follow, any parent, no matter how busy and stressed they may be, can provide healthy food for their family day after day, and have more time left over, not less.
Healthy Family, Happy Family shows you how to cook quick and delicious meals. You also prepare many of them in bulk so you don’t have to cook every night. It also teaches you how to ‘market’ healthy food to fussy kids so that they choose veggies over KFC! The book includes over 100 recipes as well as weekly menus and detailed shopping lists. These are the keys to saving time and money. Specialised recipes cover lunchbox options, vegetarians and vegans, gluten-free, parties and picnics.
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