The Healthy Mummy Gets Chatty with Ruth Fellowes
In this episode of The Healthy Mummy Gets Chatty our nutritionist Cheree Sheldon chats to fellow nutritionist and feeding specialist Ruth Fellowes about bringing calm to the dinner table and how to teach your kids to love food.
Eating time can be SUCH a frustrating for an already tired mum who just wants to bring calm back to the dining table.
Listen to our experts chat about bringing calm back to the table.
Ruth and Cheree talk offer their advice on how to help kids love food by:
- Learning and exploring their sensory interest with food,
- Eating at the right time when kids have energy,
- Implementing a routine, and
- Being a role model at the table
More about the guest
Ruth Fellowes is a clinical nutritionist who has a passion for putting families back together with food. She strongly believes that what we eat affects how we feel.
This all began when her eldest child was a bub and something seemed not right so she decided to find out what. After doing some reading and discovering that her bub was showing symptoms of food intolerance it lead her to the fundamental fact that FOOD CHANGES OUR MOOD AND MENTAL WELLBEING.
On her Facebook page she states, “When diet is wrong, medicine is of no use. When diet is correct, medicine is of no need.”
She goes on to explain that one of the key aspects of Nutritional Medicine is that we are definitely individuals and there really isn’t such a thing as the perfect diet for everyone. This is is where you need a helping hand to find out what’s not working for you, what will, and what nutrients will be your best friends.
She is the principal Clinical Nutritionist at her practice but also has a small team of student nutritionists and naturopaths working alongside her on many days.