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Wholesome Child aims to clear the confusion about what is best when it comes to your child’s eating habits. It’s a comprehensive guide for parents that will make meal-times far more enjoyable and nutritious for the whole family.  

We are giving away 10 COPIES of Wholesome Child – the complete childhood nutrition guide, packed with gorgeous imagery, tips, meal plans and delicious recipes.

Overwhelmed by conflicting information about nutrition and confronted with tempting convenience and endless food marketing, it’s no wonder many parents are confused about what is best when it comes to their child’s eating habits.

Wholesome Child is paediatric nutritionist, Mandy Sacher’s first book and is all about making healthy food easy to prepare, fun and enjoyable for the whole family.

“If we can introduce children to a wide range of wholesome, fresh and nutritious food from a young age, it will set them up for a lifetime of healthy eating habits.

Drawing on her specialist knowledge, extensive professional practice and experience as a Mum to two small children, Mandy wrote Wholesome Child as a complete childhood nutrition guide that incorporates a simple 8-step family nutrition program and covers everything from dealing with fussy eaters, the psychology of eating, meal plans and over 140 nutrient dense and delicious recipes.

The recipes in Wholesome Child have been created with busy parents in mind, incorporating a diverse selection of nutritious foods in easy-to-cook recipes, ensuring even the most time-poor Mums and Dads can give their children positive healthy eating experiences right from the start”.

Wholesome Child is available in bookstores nationally along with online at www.wholesomechild.com.au and on iTunes.

Please note this competition is open from 27 June 2018 until 15 July 2018 and is only available to members of Mouths Of Mums. This competition is a game of skill – answer in 50 words or less. We are unable to accept entries posted via facebook. Facebook LIKE functionality is not a requirement of entry to this competition. The winners of this competition will be published on this page. Winners’ name and address will be provided to the promoter of this competition and prizes will be sent to the address you have in Your Profile. Please ensure your details are up to date so that you receive your prize.

Winners for this competition

  1. M. WhiteWA
  2. J. HeardQLD
  3. T. Chin-RinaldiNT
  4. A. HuckelNSW
  5. G. CobbNSW
  6. E. MatthewsVIC
  7. E. TaylorACT
  8. J. WilliamsQLD
  9. C. DoyleQLD
  10. K. RobsonVIC
  • Having a healthy gut is the difference between our son being able to control his emotions and behaviour and having melt downs over anything and everything, our child is on the spectrum but eating healthy and not eating certain foods makes a huge behavioural difference.

  • Because I’ve had alot of health issues in the past due to poor nutrition and it’s important to me that I teach my son healthy nutrition from an early age

  • Eating healthy is so important as we all play sport & we need to keep our fitness & energy up

  • If you found yourself in the company of my children after consuming anything sugary, you would know why!

  • Many mouths to feed and all with different health issues means that healthy eating is so important to keep us all well and keep life ticking along.

  • It means we can be active and explore,
    We’re not into the indoors!
    A bush walk or swim,
    Healthy foods feed the within!

  • Everyone likes feeling well and healthy.

  • It’s never too early to learn how to take care of your body, which includes eating habits that develop from a very young age! We try to make healthy taste yummy, avoiding the common misconception that healthy equals tasteless, teaching little ones that it’s good for you!

  • Healthy, wealthy … and wise? Not wealthy but budget saving using fresh market produce with minimal preparation and no ‘fast foods’…. fewer doctors/dental visits.. Hopefully indoctrinating littlies into developing a healthy lifestyle too.

  • It teaches the kids good values when it comes to eating from an early age

  • Healthy eating created healthy bodies and cells which can grown and develop towards bigger and healthier humans with healthy futures.

  • Because heart disease and stroke kill more Australians than all the cancers put together – and healthy eating can largely prevent them.

  • I think this would be a wonderful gift for my son and his young family to encourage a lifetime of healthy eating habits especially with their busy lifestyle

  • It is essential in getting the best out of your body and life

  • I want my son to get his best start in life and I believe the best start begins with healthy foods.

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