How are relationships with food established? How can we get enough fruit and vegetables in our diet? How important are early years in forming good nutritional habits? These are just some of the questions that will be addressed at the next Daylesford Discusses event: a series of open format evenings which bring together a panel of experts to discuss a variety of issues around food, wellbeing, health and sustainability.
The panellists for this discussion are founder of The Bump Class and The Parent Hood Podcast Marina Fogle, founder of The Parent & Baby Coach Heidi Skudder, Daylesford Resident Nutritionist Rhaya Jordan, Daylesford Cookery School Tutor James Devonshire and specialist paediatric dietician Bahee Van de Bor. They will be covering a variety of topics including changing nutritional needs through life, fussy eaters, childhood allergies, convenience food and portion sizes.
Daylesford’s story began over 40 years ago when founder Carole Bamford decided to turn her family’s farmland into sustainable organic farming, first in Staffordshire and then in the Cotswolds. It is now known as one of the UK’s most sustainable farms, producing meat and poultry, fruit and vegetables and dairy products. They also have have a number of restaurants, shops and cafes across the country, plus a Cookery School at their idyllic Cotswolds farm. This event will take place at their Notting Hill branch.
Daylesford Notting Hill, 202-212 Westbourne Grove, Notting Hill, London W11 2RH
1 April 2019, 6.30-8.30pm
Free to attend, register via daylesford.com