Is your child a "fussy" eater?

We can help you to understand why – and show you how to improve things.

Feeding children can be challenging and guidance is not always easy to come by.
Our FREE app and workshops will help you to make mealtimes happier and healthier.

The app covers three important topics

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It is designed to help anyone responsible for feeding children – including parents, grandparents, guardians, child minders, health professionals and staff at nurseries and schools – to understand why a child is "fussy" and what they can do to improve mealtimes.

Download the App for iPhone
Download the App for Android

Alternatively you can visit our website Child Feeding Guide

Our workshops cover a range of topics

Boy Eating a carrotWe provide a range of workshops – some for parents, others for health professionals or childcare providers. These sessions provide evidence-based advice and guidance on how to effectively deal with children's fussy eating.

If you would like to receive information about upcoming workshops, please complete the form below.

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We can also send you a copy of our helpful guide

Top Ten Tips for Healthy, Happy Mealtimes

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Who are we?

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We are a group of academics based at Loughborough University and Aston University whose reasearch looks at various aspects of children's eating behaviour and parenting at mealtimes.

Importantly, we are also mothers to young children.

We know that difficult mealtimes can be frustrating, stressful and upsetting for both parents and children. We also know that many parents look for information on feeding problems, but often can't find credible and useful advice.

We want to empower you with the information and skills you need to understand and manage common feeding problems – and to promote happy, healthy eating.

We look forward to hearing from you.

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