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Linda is a leading psychologist specialising in families and parenting. She trained at Harvard and the Institute of Psychiatry in London and has worked in the NHS and private practice for over 35 years. She has published five books on the importance of spending quality time with friends, family and loved ones.
LINDA BLAIR'S TOP TIPS FOR FAMILY BREAKFAST
Serving time: 15 mins
- As many of the family you can get together (heights may vary)
- Delicious balanced and varied breakfast to motivate everyone out of bed
- 0 servings of phones or devices during breakfast
- 1 reflection each on a positive memory from yesterday
- 1 goal per person set for the day ahead
BSC (HONS) RD MBDA
CONSULTANT AND FREELANCE REGISTERED DIETITIAN
Helen is one of the UK's leading dietitians with 23 years' experience in food, diet and its relationship to health. She is a passionate foodie, who firmly believes a balanced, nutritious diet, in appropriate portions, is central to good health and wellbeing, and vitality.
Helen focusses on making nutrition accessible to all, through her clear, accurate and straightforward recommendations that are realistic and simple for today's busy lifestyles.
Helen is fully registered with and an active spokesperson for the British Dietetic Association (BDA) and is also fully registered with the Freelance Dietitians Group and the Health and Care Professions Council.
HELEN BOND, CONSULTANT DIETITIAN TO FERRERO SHARES HER HINTS AND TIPS TO HELP YOU ENJOY BALANCED AND VARIED FAMILY BREAKFASTS
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BDA Fact Sheet Healthy Breakfast. Available at https://www.bda.uk.com/foodfacts/healthy_breakfast. Accessed 4/09/2019