Eating well to keep on top of your parenting game with Susie Burrell

Part of the Kinderling Conversation for parents. Weekdays 12pm-1pm.

Tue 22 May 2018

14 mins

How many times has your lunch consisted of your child’s left over sandwich crusts? Or your dinner the left over veggies they refused to eat?

While the vegetables are not a bad thing, nutritionist Susie Burrell says there’s a lot we could be doing to help ourselves, when it comes to the food we eat.

Get your hands on the recipes Susie mentioned, such as her Banana Bread, Kid's Bolognese, Baby Enchiladas, over at the Bellamy’s Organic website

Susie will be a guest panellist at Food for Thought in Melbourne on Tuesday May 29th and Sydney on Thursday May 31st. Hosted by Rachael Finch, Susie will be joined by Midwife Cath to talk all things food and family. To get your hands on a ticket check out Bellamy’s Eventbrite page.

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