Watch me Eat

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There is global recognition that we can improve the health of children into adulthood. We just need to see the first two years of life as a key window of opportunity. Hello World: Watch Me Eat provides parents with the tools to make an impact on their child’s current and long-term nutrition. It is a guide to help them become role models for their nutritional intelligence. This edition welcomes registered Dietician, Slava de Gouveia. Slava has been working in a state-funded facility for almost 10 years. Along the way, she had her son, Jorge. Being a dietician and having Jorge, have combated her with great knowledge and understanding of introducing solids to your child.

Authors:

Dr Diana du Plessis

Dr Diana du Plessis

Diana du Plessis is an independent Midwifery consultant and researcher. She specializes in midwifery and neonatology and lectures widely to nursing professionals and academic audiences on a national and international level.

She is a passionate childbirth educator and national spokesperson on breastfeeding. She is the author and co-author of various nursing and midwifery publications (books and peer-reviewed articles).

Aneke Grobler

Aneke Grobler

Aneke Grobler has completed her BCom Hon in Industrial Psychology and is currently working as the Operations Manager at a Health and Education centre.

Aneke is passionate about childcare and has been Dr Diana du Plessis’ right hand person since 2007. Diana is a great inspiration, mentor and friend.

She loves being the mother of 2 and a half year old Aiden.

Slava De Gouveia RD (SA)

Slava De Gouveia RD (SA)

Slava is a clinical dietitian registered with the Health Professions Council of South Africa, the Health and Care Professions Council in the UK and the Association for Dietetics in South Africa. She is also accredited with DNAnalysis and has extensive experience both in clinical nutrition as well as dietary counseling.

She completed her Bachelors in Dietetics at the University of Pretoria in 2009. She simultaneously worked at the High Performance Centre of the University of Pretoria, for a year, providing nutrition education to elite athletes.

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Prof Agnes van Dyk

Prof Agnes van Dyk

Prof. van Dyk is the Director of the School of Health Sciences at IUM with effect from 01 April 2013. Before IUM, she was employed by UNAM as a full Professor till she resigned in 2012.

She holds a PhD in Nursing from the University of Namibia and various Professional nursing qualifications.

Prof. van Dyk has over twenty years of experience in nursing education in Namibia.
She is a passionate childbirth educator and national spokesperson on breastfeeding. She is the author and co-author of various nursing and midwifery publications (books and peer-reviewed articles).

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Prof Agnes van Dyk

Prof Agnes van Dyk

Prof. van Dyk is the Director of the School of Health Sciences at IUM with effect from 01 April 2013. Before IUM, she was employed by UNAM as a full Professor till she resigned in 2012.

She holds a PhD in Nursing from the University of Namibia and various Professional nursing qualifications.

Prof. van Dyk has over twenty years of experience in nursing education in Namibia.
She is a passionate childbirth educator and national spokesperson on breastfeeding. She is the author and co-author of various nursing and midwifery publications (books and peer-reviewed articles).

Read the full review for 'Watch me Eat'

Weight 1005 g
Dimensions 25.3 × 20 × 1.5 cm
Editions

Printed, eBook

2 reviews for Watch me Eat

  1. Lorinda Viviers

    Ek is ‘n eerste keer mamma en was baie onseker oor wat vir my voorgelê het.

    Ek was baie gelukkig om die Hello World reeks se eerste boek “A Baby’s Journey” in my tweede trimester te ontvang. Ek het menigte boeke nageslaan oor raad en inligting.

    Die boeke is “maklik” verstaanbaar en word daar nie hoë mediese termes gebruik wat jou dalk onseker en nogsteeds in die donker laat nie.

    Ek het nie meer nodig om “Google” te raadpleeg as ek iets nie weet nie ek gaan direk na my Hello World boeke. Ek het sopas my “Watch me Eat” boek ontvang en sien uit na nog meer boeke in die reeks.

  2. Belinda van der Merwe

    Growing up, I heard people say, it is not easy being a parent, children don’t come with manuals. I always wondered what it meant, because it seemed much easier to be a parent than a child.

    Now, that I have two wonderful daughters of my own, I realise that being a parent is not that easy, and I too wish that they are born with, each of their own manuals.

    Hello World: See me eat, has answered so many of my question. How much are children suppose to eat at what age? What to look out for as allergies, and the most wonderful thing is the recipes that are included in the book.

    I am sure that every mother, wants what is best for their child, often forgetting that daddy also wants to be there but don’t always know what to do or where to help. My husband loves reading the “Tips for Daddy”, that is insightful and helpful (for mommy).

    This is a must-have book, perfect for baby showers to help the new mommy-to-be.
    Now knowing that each child doesn’t come with manuals, Diana and her wonderful team have created this book that is the closest book you will ever have to a “how to raise a child” manual.

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