Help your child to eat well

Teach your child to eat a more varied diet and to enjoy trying new foods. And leave behind the frustration and worry caused by fussy eating.

Where is your child on the eating spectrum?

Find out what kind of 'eater' your child is and what steps to take next to help them

3 ways to get started

Be in the know on fussy eating

Knowledge is power! Cut through confusing advice and increase your  know-how, so that you're armed with evidence-based facts and resources about fussy eating.

Freedom From Fussy Eating Programme 

 
 
 

Approach fussy eating in a way that actually works - for you and your child. Improve your child's diet and put an end to the frustration, worry and unhappiness caused by fussy eating.

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Not all fussy eating is the same.

There's a spectrum of fussy eating, and understanding where your child falls on that spectrum will give you a better idea of which next steps to take.

 
 

Hi, I'm Sarah

I help parents transform their children's fussy eating, so that they can put an end to mealtime battles and anxiety over nutrition, and experience the freedom and joy of feeding a child who eats well.

I know how it feels to worry that your child is not eating a nutritious diet and doesn't want to try new, healthy foods. You probably feel like you've tried everything and don't know where to turn for help. ln fact, hoping that your child will 'grow out of it' might feel like your best option.

Many parents and children struggle on like this for years, which is heart-breaking because it's so unnecessary - although most parents aren't given that message. Through my Freedom From Fussy Eating Programme you'll find the consistent, evidence-based approach and expert support you've been missing to make progress with your child's eating - starting today.

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

- Hana, Mother of one

 "Sarah is extremely knowledgeable and also very pleasant and compassionate. She has been incredibly supportive and without her help I would have struggled dealing with my current situation."

What parents say about Sarah