Parenting / 6 December, 2022 / My Baba
Ellie Thompson welcomes top baby and child nutritionist Charlotte Stirling-Reed to the show to talk about toddlers and their eating habits. Charlotte troubleshoots a whole host of questions surrounding toddlers and mealtimes, sharing expert advice on how to make life around the dinner table a pleasant place to be.
Charlotte is the author of the Sunday Times bestselling How to Wean Your Baby and has just launched her new book, How to Feed Your Toddler.
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Charlotte Stirling-Reed is a leading nutritionist based in the UK and author of the Sunday Times bestselling How to Wean Your Baby and the new title, How to Feed Your Toddler.
Charlotte began her working life in the NHS after gaining a first-class honours degree in Nutrition and Human Biology and then a postgraduate degree in Nutrition and Public Health. Charlotte now works with a variety of global brands and her expertise is highly sought-after amongst the media and celebrities alike. She has appeared across major UK TV channels and radio stations and worked alongside Joe Wicks, AKA The Body Coach, on his book Wean in 15.
Charlotte supports thousands of families with evidence-based advice on feeding their babies, toddlers and young children through her popular Instagram platform, which has 312k followers (@SR_Nutrition). Charlotte’s reassuring approach and easy, family-friendly recipes are informed by life with her own little foodies, Raffy and Ada.
Celebrity Baby and Child Nutritionist Charlotte Stirling-Reed is tackling the trickiest stage of child nutrition – toddlerhood – with her new book, How to Feed Your Toddler: Everything You Need to Know to Raise Happy, Independent Little Eaters.
Following the runaway success of her debut book, How To Wean Your Baby, Charlotte is now sharing her wisdom for feeding children from 12 months right through to pre-school age. How to Feed Your Toddler brings together Charlotte’s trademark approach of evidence-based advice, nurturing support, practical problem-solving, and delicious recipes to give parents the confidence to help their toddlers develop a positive relationship with food.
Charlotte has worked with everyone from Joe Wicks and Millie Mackintosh to Stacey Solomon and the NHS for more than a decade supporting thousands of families with feeding their children. How to Feed Your Toddler takes this expertise and turns it in to the essential guide to avoiding the fussy eating trap and help bring up adventurous little eaters who love a wide variety of foods.
The book also contains 50 delicious, healthy and super-easy recipes that introduce little ones to a variety of flavours and textures, whilst also being suitable for the whole family, and versatile for different dietary requirements and lifestyles