Events & Workshops

Ditch dieting: Fresh approaches to managing your weight in 2020

The UK dieting industry is worth a staggering 6 billion pounds annually. And yet as a nation we don’t seem to be winning the battle with our waist- lines.

Diets continue to be very popular and yet all too often they let us down. Despite lots of evidence that they don’t generally work, we are drawn into the promises they make, but is it really you failing the diet, or is the diet failing you? Is it time for a rethink this year?

In this free session, we will explore:

  • The dieting cycle – why it happens and how to break free from it.
  • A different way to approach your weight management this year which takes care of your mental health and builds your confidence.
  • How to eat – what does the research (not the celebrities) actually tell us.
  • Free resources to download.

This event is supported by Curo who will be providing refreshments.

Places are limited. To register head to:

Book Your Place

When: Thursday 29th January 7.30 – 9pm

Where: The Hub, Mulberry Park, Mulberry Way, Combe Down, BA2 5BU

Cost: There will be a collection for Bath Mind who are a local charity supporting people to improve and maintain their mental health and wellbeing. As there are such strong links between dieting and poorer mental health, for example fat stigma, low confidence and self-esteem, it would be great to raise awareness of this and raise some money for this valuable organisation.

Stress-free Family Mealtimes/ Fussy Eating Workshops

The UK dieting industry is worth a staggering 6 billion pounds annually. And yet as a nation we don’t seem to be winning the battle with our waist- lines.

Does feeding the family feel over whelming? Are you concerned about their diets or what you should be giving them? Are so many mixed messages around nutrition creating confusion?

Do you have a fussy eater? Family mealtimes can be fun, sociable affairs and a way to reconnect after a busy day or week. Instead are you finding they’re a stressful and upsetting time?

Laura runs Stress-Free Family Mealtimes Workshops with cooking and meal planning expert Sarah Alder from Kitchen Titbits. Together they help to solve your food challenges and support your family to thrive.

Sessions cover:

  • Why mealtimes can be a battle ground, with winning tactics to make them a happier, more nutritious occasion.
  • Weekly menus and the how to guide to meal planning to make your food and your money go further.
  • Nutrition lowdown – what do our children really need with tips and tricks to make healthy eating easier and more enjoyable for all.
  • Focus on meat-free meals. More families are looking to incorporate more plant-based eating into their life; what do you need to consider to get it right?
  • Plenty of time for questions and sharing thoughts over a delicious family-style lunch.

The next session is running on Friday 7th Feb 2020, 11-1pm in Combe Down, Bath. Suitable for parents of children aged one onwards.

To book head to:

Kitchen Titbits events
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