We all know the benefits of eating fruit and vegetables every day. But how are you supposed to get your kids to eat the recommended five portions? Or even one or two for that matter? And what exactly is 5-a-day for babies and children? The answer is in this book. 5-a-day For Kids Made Easy gives you easy ways of making your children eat healthily and eat five portions of fruit and vegetables a day, with no whining or complaining from those fussy eaters. They won't even know they're eating them. With simple methods and meal planners, and over 100 practical family recipes, you'll be safe in the knowledge your kids are getting the vitamins and goodness they need, with minimum fuss. Ideal for busy parents, everything is quick and easy to prepare - from lunch boxes and snacks to main meals, party food and eating on holiday. And don't worry, you don't have to spend a fortune to prepare healthy food your kids will love!
Karen Bali is self employed and married with two children aged 12 and 9. Fearing her children were becoming 'chicken nugget junkies' she teamed up with Sally Child to develop a book that will help busy working parents offer a healthier family diet. She hates cooking and is definitely not a domestic goddess.
Sally Child is a nutritional therapist with a background as a nurse and health visitor and has three grown-up daughters and a grandson. She lectures on children's nutrition and has written other books on the subject including Dealing With Difficult Eaters.