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The Food Fight

A story about food heroes and villains

Price: £12.95

This book educates children about healthy food groups, explains their benefits (superpowers) and promotes healthy food choices. It provides child appropriate nutrition information and education, and has been written by a qualified nutritional therapist. 

 
Author(s): Michelle Barrow

Recent research has shown that children eat twice as many fruits and vegetables when foods are given superhero names. This fun, educational children’s book is about healthy foods (food heroes) and unhealthy foods (food villains) and the war between them. 

Foods may look ordinary on a plate, but once eaten they gain extraordinary super powers and abilities that battle to rule the body.

This book educates children about healthy food groups, explains their benefits (superpowers) and promotes healthy food choices. 

It provides child appropriate nutrition information and education, and has been written by a qualified nutritional therapist. 

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Children aged 6-12; parents, primary school teachers; midwives; the NHS and other health care providers
ISBN: 9781908993489
Publisher: Pavilion Publishing and Media
Publication: 30 June 2013
Michelle Barrow BSc, MSc, QTLS, is a nutritional therapist, academic and leading educator in the field of nutrition. She is a qualified teacher in the lifelong longer sector and is Head of Education at the Centre for Nutrition and Lifestyle Management. Michelle also leads the BSc in Nutritional Therapy degree and MSc module on Longevity and Personalised Nutrition at CNELM, and is also an external examiner for the nutrition therapy degree at the University of West London. She runs her own nutritional therapy practice called Health Generation. Not only has Michelle written several books but she has also published articles in The Nutrition Practitioner Journal.