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Over Come Your Child’s Picky Eating Behaviour

Turn Your Picky Eater Into A Healthy Happy Eater Within Weeks!

Experienced Naturopath and Nutrition Medicine Consultant shows you how..

Say Goodbye to Picky Eating Forever

Is your child Picky when it comes to eating?

There’s no reason you have to continue to worry and fret about your child’s picky or fussy eating! End all your worries.

Selective with what they Eat?

Expert Advice From A ‘Child Health And Nutrition Expert’. To help you end your child’s picky and fussy eating behaviour

There is an Answer to your problem!

At Last …Here Is A Resource That Gives You The Tools You Need To Overcome Picky Eating And Keep Your Family Truly Healthy!


“At last! The Secret To End Daily Battles With Your Child Over Food And Relieve Your Worries About Your Child’s Intake And Health”

Over Come Your Child’s Picky Eating Behaviour and Say Goodbye to Picky Eating Forever

Experienced Naturopath and Nutrition
Medicine Consultant shows you how..

Turn Your Picky Eater Into A Healthy Happy
Eater Within Weeks!


Did you know that 80% of parents are concerned about their children’s eating habits?  So you are not alone!

Even the most health conscious parents, no matter how hard they try, can have a hard time making sure their kids eat the right foods and get the right level of nutrition to keep them healthy and grow and develop into healthy adults.

BUT, you are about to find out that it IS possible to have a child who eats well….  by following firm but gentle and proven holistic, nutritional strategies.

Let me introduce myself…

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Hi, my name is Christine Sullivan.  I am a naturopath with over 26 years of clinical experience with families’, babies and children’s health, diet and nutrition medicine and am regarded as one of Australia’s leading practitioners in these fields.

Prior to my naturopathic training, I was a social worker working with families and children in care and in a children’s hospital as well as working with expectant and new parents as well as parents of toddlers.  For many years I facilitated antenatal and breastfeeding support groups as well as support groups for new parents and parents of toddlers.

I have always had a special interest in babies and children’s health and eating disorders.  As a child I was the ultimate picky eater and still have vivid memories of mealtime battles with my own parents, and doing the rounds of doctors and paediatricians regarding my poor eating.

I am also the mother of three now adult children.  All three went through stages of very picky eating so I know what it is like as a parent to want your child “just to eat something!” and the sheer frustration and exasperation you feel when everything you offer seems to be rejected.

My belief is that good wholesome food, patience and a healthy life style can overcome most health problems.

Children seem so vulnerable but at the same time are so resilient and good food will certainly help them reach their potential.

In the extremely fast pace of 21st century living it is so easy to rely of fast and convenience food , losing sight of basic nutritional principles and the healing power of good food and instead looking for “a pill for every ill”.

Hippocrates said “let food be your medicine and your medicine be your food” so let’s use this principle with your picky eater!

  • Are you worried about your child’s eating?

  • Does he or she only eat a limited or specific range of food?

  • Are you exhausted from daily mealtime battles?

  • Are you tearing you hair out trying to get your child to eat?

  • Are you continually dealing with mealtime tantrums?

  • Are you worried that your child may be missing out on vital nutrients due to picky eating?

  • Do you fear that the reason your child is sick so frequently is due to his poor or limited choice of foods?

  • Are you worried that your child’s behaviour problems or poor learning might be related to poor nutrition due to picky eating?

  • Does your child play with or food rather than eating it?

  • Are you tired of cooking special or different meals for different members of the family?

  • Are you tired of wasting money by throwing out perfectly good but uneaten food?

Praise for the Book

Jo M, Brisbane, Australia

My son is 21 months old and I was looking for some suggestions to help him eat.  Mealtimes were a great source of frustration for me. So much so that anyone who visited at a mealtime would be asked to feed him, just to give me a break from the stress. I was really looking forward to reading your book and putting into practice your suggestions.

Your book gave me a much better understanding of the reasons he is probably a picky eater but also plenty of ideas of how to deal with it.  Having nutritious snacks readily available all day was a good idea and certainly seems to be working.  This is easy to do and I don’t have to worry about snack time as it is already under control.

Using wholegrain muffins or hiding vegetables in muffins is a great idea. He still gets his “cake” but it is a healthy version.  I loved the idea of making a “sauce” for vegetables out of fruit as my little boy loves to “dip”.
The most valuable part of the book for me was your suggestions for mealtime strategies.

Jo M, Brisbane, Australia
Maggie R, Dallas, U.S.

I was getting really stressed when my son didn’t eat.  He was 5 weeks premature at birth but did well, fed ok and seemed to like his food until he was about 18 months old.  From that time nothing seemed to please him and feeding him became so stressful.  We were often both in tears.  After reading your book on feeding picky kids I have tried a lot of your really great suggestions and found that they have worked well.  The most important thing is that this book has helped me relax some about it.  I realise now that my pushing food on him was a bad tactic in the long run.

Maggie R, Dallas, U.S.
Kathy L, Perth, Australia

Just following some of the basic ideas in your book has completely changed mealtimes at our house – thank goodness!  We had come to dread mealtime and especially dinner in the evenings.  Our two children aged 6 and 3 used to reject any new food on sight and only picked at most meals anyway.  Mealtimes were always a battle of cajoling and negotiation.  Just to get them to “just take one bite” or “just try it” was a nightmare.  My husband and I have slightly different ideas on certain aspects of child rearing so we were always arguing as well.  It was awful and I sometimes felt a real failure as a parent.
The real turning point for us was my realisation that it was up to me to provide my children with healthy nutritious food but it was up to them to decide how much and if they were going to eat it.  Having them more involved in the purchase and preparation of their food also made a big difference.  Thank you so much for your practical and easy ideas.  I was able to put some suggestions into place right away and saw the difference.

Kathy L, Perth, Australia
Emily R, Bath, U.K.

When I bought this book I thought that I was going to read about how I was doing everything wrong in the way I was trying to feed my picky eater and that it was all my fault that she was that way.  Instead it was not that way at all.
I loved the tips on how to increase the nutritional value of the food that my daughter will currently eat, how to make food more fun and appealing to her and all the different nutritious things that could be hidden in accepted food until her food choices widen a little.  We have had lots of fun making up names and rhymes for various meals and foods that she previously wouldn’t even look at.
I have actually found reading through this book very comforting and reassuring.  It gave me hope and a plan of action to deal with my fussy girl.  All the tips and suggestions are reasonable and very useful.  None of the suggestions are impossible or even stressful for me and they work so well for my little family.

Emily R, Bath, U.K.

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