I’m going to preface this post by saying I’m really concerned about how it will be perceived.
I know common social discourse has already helped form general opinions about how others receive information when someone starts rambling on about ‘feeding your kids properly’ and ‘health eating’ et cetera.
All I ask is that you read on with an open mind, because I come from a different place that has a lot of understanding and empathy, as well as a lot of information that covers the width and breadth of nutritional wellbeing – too much to include in one blog post, so I can only as you to stay with me.
A few weeks back I was confronted by two things; the first being the marketing, in the form of a television advertisement for what pretty much amounts to chocolate milk for breakfast, and the second being the request for ideas for a structured Menu Plan for the daily breakfast for children.
This week, MasterChef Australia