During an incredible period of growth in your baby's early years, they need all the nourishment that nature has to offer. Making your own baby food from fresh, natural, colourful, whole foods ensures that your little ones not only get the nutrition they need, but also cements a life long love of whole foods.
This is so important for establishing good eating habits later in life. Join Luxton Kitchen for a 2 hour workshop on how to feed your little ones, making nutrient rich meals from whole foods for the first 12 months. Learn how easy and enjoyable it is to make your own nutritious baby food!
You and your family are invited to a Photography for Parents Workshop on Sunday 9th September 2018 at Fitzroy Gardens.
Nutrition during childhood plays a paramount role in the development of the child, both mentally and physically. A poor diet in childhood may cause nutrient deficiency, as well as nutrition related behavioural problems, such as hyperactivity, poor immunity, skin conditions and a failure to thrive.
Throughout infancy and childhood, there are high energy and nutritional demands by the body to support and provide the building blocks for the maturation of vital organs, physical growth, brain growth and development and thus a balanced and nourishing diet is essential throughout these years. By educating parents or carers on nutritious meals and snacks for their children, healthy eating behaviours can be encouraged and can support a healthy attitude towards healthy eating now and in the future.
In addition to this, teaching children the importance of a healthy diet will lay the foundation for a healthier and happier life! Join Luxton Kitchen for a 2 hour workshop on how to instill healthy habits for your kids and how to ensure their lunch box is filled with wholesome and nutrient rich foods that support their physical and mental development.
Date: Saturday the 27th of May, 2017 2pm-4pm
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Based in Clifton Hill, Louella Kennedy is a creative artist and educator with a special interest in using art for wellbeing. Louella runs a variety of art classes for different age groups and interests.