The Food Fight by Michelle Barrow
  

Synopsis

The Food Fight by Michelle Barrow

The book provides an exciting way to encourage children with the topic of food and healthy eating, and offers a colourful and fun approach to explaining the benefits of the main food groups and the dangers of food villains, such as sugary and salty snacks. The accompanying CD-rom supplies a number of images of the super heroes that can be used to present to classrooms, or for children to view at home on a computer, making this a versatile tool for school nurses, nutritionists, parents, midwives, the NHS and other healthcare providers.

About the Author

Michelle Barrow author of The Food Fight 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.

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Book Info

Format

Mixed media product

Author

Michelle Barrow
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Publisher

Pavilion Publishing (Brighton) Ltd an imprint of Pavilion Publishing and Media Ltd

Publication date

27th May 2013

ISBN

9781908993489


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