Demystifying the weaning world and helping you grow healthy tummies and happy babies (and moms) in no time!
Offering a weaning solution from expert authors based on your baby’s sensory personality, Weaning Sense demystifies weaning and, using current research, gives you an easy to use, real food solution.
Grounded firmly in science and using simple and inspiring ingredient combinations with minimal equipment and quick preparation times, the authors introduce a revolutionary way to wean babies. Includes over 50 delicious foolproof recipes.
About the Author
Meg Faureis an occupational therapist with a special interest in babies and toddlers – specifically irritable infants, sleep problems, emotional engagement difficulties and fussy feeding. Passionate about assisting parents to nurture their babies she has a clinical practice in Cape Town, writes for various media platforms, is an international speaker and has co-authored five books, including Baby Sense, Sleep Sense, Feeding Sense, The Baby Sense Secret and Pregnancy Sense (Metz Press). Always seeking practical solutions for parenting, Meg founded the Baby Sense product brand, which she sold in 2014. In 2016 she launched a toddler playgroup solution called Play Sense.
Kath Megaw has been in child nutrition for 20 years. She is South Africa’s leading paediatric dietician and holds four medical qualifications including a paediatric dietetic qualification from the prestigious John Hopkins University in Baltimore, USA. She has been published in the Epilepsia journal on the use of the paediatric ketogenic diet in third-world settings and frequently speaks to groups of both professionals and parents on infant and childhood nutrition. For over a decade Kath has advocated a high fat, low carb diet for all children, not just those with medical problems.
Kath believes it is in no way dangerous for children to stop eating sugar and “white foods”. It is her professional opinion that this is the best route for all families to go. However, Kath is wise enough to know that a strictly restrictive diet is neither practical nor advisable for children. She recommends a move to healthy, natural food shared in a loving family environment. It’s not about what’s “allowed”, it’s about what’s healthy.