What is healthy eating? And how can you encourage it in your children? Join this free live webinar to get expert information and advice for your child under five years.
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Healthy eating for children under five years: webinar

Confused about what your young children should be eating, and how much? There’s so much information out there about things like starting solids, food allergies and intolerances, fussy eating, healthy weight and daily food needs for children. It can be hard to know where to start.

In this free live webinar, leading dietitian Melanie McGrice answers questions about healthy food and eating and offers practical suggestions to help you provide a nutritious diet for your children.

This webinar will help you understand:

  • why a healthy diet is important for your children
  • how mum’s diet affects breastfeeding babies
  • when and how to introduce solids
  • how to help fussy eaters
  • when to be concerned about allergies and intolerances
  • how to help your children achieve a healthy weight.

This webinar is suitable for families with children aged 0-5 years.

Presented by: Melanie McGrice, Accredited Practising Dietitian, author and trainer with a special interest in fertility and pregnancy

When: Thursday 8 February, 8 pm AEDT

Duration: 40 minutes, including time for questions

Registrations for this webinar have now closed. 

I’ve signed up: what happens next?

After you’ve signed up using the link above, we’ll send you an email with more information about how and when to join the webinar.

If you plan to join the webinar using a mobile device, you’ll need to download the Webinato app from either Android’s Play Store or Apple’s iTunes. A user guide is available with further information.

About these webinars

These webinars are developed by the Parenting Research Centre with funding from the Department of Education and Training Victoria, supporting parents in Victoria.

Our webinar presenters are qualified experts, who are trained to deliver the evidence-based webinar content in a parent-friendly way.

  • Last updated or reviewed 15-01-2018