Why how we eat also matters: we’ve heard endless debates on WHAT we should and shouldn’t eat, but HOW we eat is often overlooked.
Wednesday 12th February 2020
Would you like to improve your relationship with food? Is your child a picky eater or would you like to expand their diet? Did you know that we can change our food preferences for the better at any age?
We’ve heard endless debates on WHAT we should and shouldn’t eat, but HOW we eat is often overlooked. We’ll talk about how we form our relationship with food during childhood, how eating habits have changed from previous generations, and how these can have a lifelong impact.
This knowledge is the first step in having a deeper understanding of our relationship with food, which in turn often helps us make positive changes in our diets. This is particularly useful in the formative years, but applies to all of us.
Crystal Palace based registered nutritional therapists Karen Jones and Karine Stephan will then share some of the strategies they use support healthy eating habits within the context of our modern lifestyles, showing us how we can improve and expand our learned food choices.