cildren eat healthy galway
cildren eat healthy galway

Create healthy, happy eaters from babies (starting solids and weaning) to toddlers and children, including fussy eaters. 

Many of us have challenges with helping our children eat a healthy, balanced and varied diet.

  • Healthy eating is a skill (like learning to read) that some children need a little more support with 
  • A small number of changes can make a huge difference 
  • The earlier you start, the easier and quicker it is to create lifelong healthy eating habits

How it works? 

  • Establishing healthy eating habits is much more about what you do, so the approach is parent led 
  • It is child-centred - we don’t expect your child to do anything that they aren’t comfortable with, at that time 
  • Seek advice and support, in a step-by-step way, that is tailored to suit your family 

Who’s it for? 

  • Any parent from those expecting and starting their parenting journey, to parents of babies, toddlers, children and fussy eaters; starting with what your child is currently eating 
  • If you are unsure what exactly to say or do  
  • If you are concerned or stressed about your children’s eating

Outcomes to expect

  • Fostering your child’s positive relationship with food, so they eat and enjoy a wide variety of healthy foods 
  • Creating positive meal times with less stress and helping children eat like the rest of the family 
  • Creating lifelong healthy eating habits including getting the right balance of sweets and treats.


Thank you Colette, I thought I would have to make huge changes to our diets, and also that it would be complicated. But not so with Colette. She suggested straightforward changes that I would never have thought of, but when she suggested them they really clicked with me. I have already booked in a follow up consultation  Dee, Galway.
I  had a one to one with Colette and I learnt so much, as it was so tailored to what exactly I needed.  I have so often spent €20 or €30 on new cookbooks, but for just one hour, it was fantastic value for money. Mary, Sligo
My daughter can get quite upset sometimes when I serve something a bit ‘different’ or new for dinner. Colette suggested some great, practical ways of preventing this happening like making the dinner less overwhelming and how best to engage her in the process. We also discussed the best things to say like 'Our likes change lots as we grow up e.g. remember when you used to like to watch Peppa Pig and you don’t like it anymore'. These suggestions were all easy to implement and despite my uncertainty, they did work so now everyone is much more relaxed at dinner time. Val, Dublin.

 Dr. Colette 

Childs Healthy Eating Coach

BA (Psych), MSc (Health Psych), PhD (Health Promotion), BTEC (Nutrition & Health Coaching), Member of Association for Health Promotion Ireland, Member of UK Health Coaches Association, IINH Certified

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