(without fighting with your child at the table)

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Free Guide

You’ve tried introducing them to new things, but they’re stubbornly sticking to a limited range of foods – and it’s driving you and the rest of your family mad. The baby refuses to open their mouth or you are worried that toddlers and older kids might be lacking vital vitamins and minerals.

If this sounds familiar, you need my free Picky Eaters’ Guide.

I’m Bahee Van de Bor and I’ve worked with hundreds of parents take their children from being anxious, scared and close to giving up to becoming excited to try new foods.

Here's what you get

Save time and hassles

The #1 activity that you must do right now to help your child get interested (that most parents NEVER do anymore)

Four other strategies

That you can put into practice straight away (also backed by science and research)

Build food positivity

Fun ways to get your child to try new foods (without fighting with your child at mealtimes)

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About Bahee

Fun facts about me. I have authored and published three scientific articles in high ranking journals on renal and the ketogenic diet.

I have worked with iTV news, BBC News, Huffington Post, Independent, Telegraph, Times, Victoria Derbyshire Show and spoken at a number of international and national conferences.

I am also the host of my Kids Nutrition Podcast.

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Don’t get me wrong, it may not solve your child’s picky eating problems overnight. But, used consistently, these strategies will help – a lot.

Speak to Bahee

Bahee Van de Bor is a registered paediatric dietitian. Book a 1-2-1 appointment with her if you need further help and advice.

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