Paediatric Nutritionists

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    Nourishing Bubs was born through my expertise as a dietitian, experience caring for children and my pure love for whole foods. As a dietitian I am all too familiar with the effects of obesity, particularly later in life. However while there are many initiatives targeted at combatting adult obesity and improve the nutritional integrity of the food supply, the efforts targeted at children and babies are far less prevalent. My additional study into Paediatric Nutrition highlighted the learning ... Read more process by which eating habits are developed. Like any learned behaviour, changing eating habits as an adult is significantly harder, as the repeated action throughout childhood hardwires those behaviours into place. It is for this reason, that laying down positive healthy eating habits from a young age, is so important. While I obviously already appreciated the importance of providing children with a healthy diet, my new knowledge and background in the food industry made me curious as to what ...

    Wholesome Child was created to provide informative and creative advice, support and inspiration to empower parents to make healthier food choices for their kids. Wholesome Child founder, child nutrition expert and mother of two, Mandy Sacher, is a Paediatric Nutritionist and SOS Feeding Consultant. Her private practice focuses on prenatal and childhood nutrition, helping parents and mums-to-be feed their children healthy, nourishing foods right from the start. Mandy’s philosophy is simple: ... Read more train children’s taste-buds to enjoy nourishing, nutritionally beneficial foods early as possible to ensure optimal development and establishment of lifelong healthy eating behaviours. After the birth of her first child in 2010, Mandy became increasingly aware of the lack of nutritionally sound information available to first-time parents. She was alarmed at the amount of baby and toddler foods marketed as ‘healthy’ when the sugar, salt and preservative contents were overly high. Mandy ...

    STRAWBERRY COCONUT PARFAIT WITH HOMEMADE GRANOLA

    I like to make this yummy parfait with my little boy. He loves to choose which layers to add, and when it’s ready, we eat it together on a picnic rug out on our patio. It’s great for special-occasion breakfasts, such as Mother’s Day or a birthday, as a mid-morning snack or even dessert.This version is dairy free as it’s made with coconut yoghurt but you can use natural yoghurt if you prefer. The addition of chia seeds, flaxseeds, almonds and pecans means it’s high i...

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    WHOLESOME ANZAC BISCUITS

    Anzac Biscuits are a firm favourite among most Australian families. This Wholesome Anzac Biscuit variation combines almond meal, quinoa and coconut to create a scrumptious and satisfying alternative to conventional store bought versions that often contain high amounts of refined sugars and carbohydrates. These healthy Anzac biscuits have a low glycemic index which means they won’t cause spikes in sugar levels and your kids won&rsq...

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    RAISIN COCONUT BUNDT CAKE

    My kids love this delicious Bundt cake. It contains less sugar than a regular cake and is a great substitute for cinnamon buns as it’s denser, contains no refined sugar and uses spelt which is a non-GMO grain. Bundt is a traditional European cake which is derived from a brioche-like cake which was popular in Germany, Austria and Poland. This is a nice cake to bring to a morning tea, or to a friend who has a new baby, or just to stash at home and nibble on yourself.Prep Time: 45 minutesCook...

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    HELP! THERE’S NOTHING FOR LUNCH….LAST MINUTE LUNCHBOX PREP

    PICK OF THE PANTRYIf the fridge is looking a bit bare, supplement with items from your cupboards. Sultanas, freshly popped corn, a simple pasta dish with olives, tinned tomatoes and a sprinkle of cheese will go a long way to filling that lunch box. For sandwiches, get creative and try some new combinations with whatever you have on hand, such as cheese and grated carrot, mashed egg with herbs, apple and raisins, canned tuna with cream cheese, or chicken, mayo and celery.SUPERMARKET SWEEPIf like ...

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    WINTER LUNCHBOX IDEAS

    Now that winter is here, it’s a great time to adapt your lunchbox offerings for the colder weather to ensure little tummies are tempted when lunchtime rolls around. These are some of our favourite lunchbox solutions to keep your little ones nourished and energised. Invest in a good quality, kid-sized thermos to store hot lunches for the school day. The Thermos Funtainer is a great choice, but any quality product with a “warming guarantee” of a minimum of five hours is a good op...

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    10 WAYS TO WARD OFF SNIFFLES THIS WINTER

    Each year when the cooler weather hits, colds and flus tend to hit us hard. The good news is, there is plenty you can do to boost your family’s immunity and keep bugs at bay.1. GET A BERRY BOOSTBerries such as acai, goji and cherries are rich in antioxidants, vitamins, minerals and amino acids. They are especially great for children as they help oxygenate the blood and promote a healthy immune system. If your child is starting to get the sniffles, add antioxidant-rich berries to their porr...

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    Studio You was founded by Emma Sutherland, a highly experienced naturopath, nutritionist, author and speaker. Emma is multi faceted with a vast array of both clinical and business skills. A little energizer bunny, she lives by the motto “be what you love, do what you love”. Emma believes every woman has the right to live a life filled with Mojo, to have that bounce in your step which comes from feeling strong, well and healthy. She has honed her craft and continues to update her knowledge ... Read more constantly, looking for new ways to present that knowledge, be it at Studio You, an online program, a speaking event or health retreats. A huge passion is found in Emma’s love of mentoring and supporting other practitioners. Her team aims to provide clients with true collaborative care, and both educate and inspire women to exceptional health. WE HAVE TWO AREAS OF SPECIALITY Women’s health – including but not limited to hormone imbalances, PCOS, endometriosis, thyroid issues, weight ...

    As a I’m a mum, naturopath, personal trainer & wellness coach, I endeavour to help people stop getting sick so often. Repeated colds and flus are not so fun – using natural medicine and minor lifestyle adjustments, you can wave goodbye to your weak immune system, and say hello to good health. I also work with women with gut issues (like IBS), hormonal complaints (uncomfortable periods, PCOS and other monthly woes), weight loss, pregnancy and postnatal care, as well as kids with eczema, fussy ... Read more eating, food intolerances and reduced immune function.

    I work with all feeding related issues, from preemie babies to kids up to the age of 16 years. I see babies who are having difficulties with breast/bottle feeding, as well as advice on starting solids, difficulty with starting solids and transitioning onto age appropriate foods. I also work with tube fed babies, babies with reflux and children with autism. A large percentage of my carload is fussy eaters and problem feeders with underlying causes of oral motor and/or sensory difficulties which are ... Read more affecting their eating.

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