Baby Weaning 1:1 Consultation
Do you know how to create a balanced diet for your child? Maybe you’re unsure about a healthy vegan or vegetarian diet, and you’re overwhelmed with the online information.
We know it’s hard to find time to think about balancing your baby’s diet especially when you’re tired, maybe considering a return to work, or you need to consider your child’s additional health conditions. Maybe your worried your baby isn’t eating enough, or they are becoming quite fussy with food.
Anna, our registered Nutritional Therapist, will help you find the right mix of food that supports your baby growing into a healthy toddler.
Our 1:1 Weaning Consultations include:
- 5 day diet diary analysis of your child’s diet to review the nutritional profile
- Specific improvements you can make the your child’s diet to boost the goodness
- Supplement recommendations where relevant, including Anna’s practitioner discount
- Meal ideas and recipes
- Written report summarising simple next steps
To book your 1:1 Weaning Consultation just email us to arrange a date. We will then send you a brief form to understand what you are looking for, and the 5 day diet diary template you complete in advance.
Baby Weaning Consultations are suitable for children under 2 years old. For older children we have our Children’s Nutrition Consultations.
Email firstname.lastname@example.org to arrange your session.
Our Baby Weaning 1:1 Session are run by Anna Mapson, registered Nutritional Therapist and Baby Weaning Consultant. Read more about out team in About Us
- Price – £75
- Length of session – 1 hr
- Includes – written report and handouts relevant to your case
The sessions can be over phone / video call (e.g. Whatsap or Skype) or in person in Fishponds, Bristol.
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