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Healthy eating: what it REALLY looks like and how to talk to your kids about it

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The term ‘healthy eating’ means so much more now than it did when I was growing up. As a 90s kid, I survived my teenage years drenched in ‘sins’, ‘points’, restrictive beauty standards, and body shame. Now, as a mum of two, I want better for them.

As the author of Body Happy Kids, founder of, and constant campaigner, I know how important it is to break these generational cycles. I myself am still unpicking diet culture slowly but surely, and I’m now acutely aware of how I talk about myself, and to myself, when it comes to my body, how I feel about it and what I think about it. And Dr Asher Larmie agree; “It’s time to change the narrative.”