Emma Nutrition

Simplifying the science through cooking and education. When I'm not on Mummy duties…

How to transition your child to eat more raw food – that is tasty!!


It’s no secret that children today are being fed increasing amounts of cheap processed foods and drinks as parents become more and more reliant on fast food, while become increasingly time poor.

Some parents don’t see a problem with this. However, there are millions of parents that really do and they wish that they could change it… if only they knew how.

If you’re one of those parents, good news – help is at hand!

I’m delighted to let you know about a fabulous FREE teleseminar happening this coming Tuesday 28th May 2013. It’s called “How to Transition Your Child to Eat More Raw in 7 Easy Steps”. It’s being taught by raw food experts Karen Knowler and Nina Dench, and they’re going to be sharing what works and what doesn’t when it comes to feeding children more healthfully (quickly and easily), whether we’re talking raw food specifically or just changing from white bread to wholemeal. (The same rules apply!)

Raw food can really encourage more fun and more healthful eating; not that everything in your diet must be raw, just one or two raw meals per week can increase your nutrient value!

If this sounds like something you could use, I encourage you to sign up for the call right away because spots are limited (and don’t worry if you can’t make it live, by signing up to the call you’ll receive a free recording of the teleclass so you can listen after it happens, whenever best suits you.)

So, sign up now and reserve your spot for what promises to be an amazing call.

Click here to sign up!


Author: EmmaNutrition

Emma Wight-Boycott MSc mBANT is a natural health expert with a passion for simplifying the science. Emma works with post natal mums, weekend runners and those with digestive issues to find the source of their health issues and rediscover their health mojo.

2 thoughts on “How to transition your child to eat more raw food – that is tasty!!

  1. I tend to findmine will eat more raw food and veggies when I’m prepping the meal rather than if I serve it all up on a plate. They love ‘sneaking’ peppers, cucumber, carrots off the chopping board and off their plate thinking they’re being cheaky and naughty……little do they know!!!!!! They’ll also eat lettuce off my sainsbugs ‘living lettuce’ in the kitchen. Growing veg also helps

  2. Very excited – just got Zac back into eating carrots. Raw ones. He used to love them but when he was really poorly and we were going through elimination testing, we were told to put him on a low residue diet and cut out certain fruit and vegetables. By the time we were allowed to reintroduce them, he had forgotten he liked them and was afraid of trying anything new. So it has taken nearly two years but he is now eating raw carrots as as ‘side’ with his meals again! Phew

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