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Food therapy

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10 Foods and What Body Part They’re Good For (Infographic) | FOOD MATTERS®

Did you know that there are foods that actually look like the body parts that they're good for?! Crazy right? This infographic breaks down 10 of these different foods so you can start adding what you need into your diet.

Macro Monday: Colour Therapy — The Dainty Pig

Hi Friends, Lately my life has been filled to the brim with COLOUR. All colours, all intensities, everywhere I look i'm seeing colours. The more colours I see when I'm out for a walk, the more energized I feel. The more colours in I include in my meals, the better I feel. The more colours I wear,

Printed on a professional 200g high quality paper. The item will be dispatched in 1-3 days after your payment. The delivery takes around 2-4 weeks

Printed on a professional 200g high quality paper. The item will be dispatched in 1-3 days after your payment. The delivery takes around 2-4 weeks

Crunchy and Chewy Meal Plan for Sensory Seekers — Jenny Friedman Nutrition

So your kid really only eats crunchy and chewy foods. Things like crackers, crackers, more crackers, oh, and maybe some chips or pretzels. Food texture preferences combined with picky eating can make creating a balanced meal that your child can and actually wants to eat a challenge.If you’re feeling defeated every time you make a meal, you’re worried your child isn’t getting the right nutrition, and you’re ready to serve something for snack that isn’t one of those crackers, this meal plan is…

This colorful chart is the perfect visual to use with kids during feeding therapy. Watch as they fill the board with tallies and/or stickers to earn their prize. This chart is broken down into 7 levels of interactions with the new target food written in at the top of the page.

Description This colorful chart is the perfect visual to use with kids during feeding therapy. Watch as they fill the board with tallies and/or stickers to earn their prize. This chart is broken down into 7 levels of interactions with the new target food written in at the top of the page. Also the perfect chart to send home and fill in throughout the week as homework. This purchase includes the color and black/white chart. Make sure to drop a quick comment/feedback...Thanks and happy eating!