n4 nutrition


Average Rating:
Number of Ratings:
To add you own rating or comments, you need to be a member. Join now, it's free!
In an innovative new book, APD Jaime Rose Chambers shares her tips to helping busy parents establish and maintain a healthy and nutritious life with their kids.

Remember when your daily food intake consisted of cornflakes, an apple, a cheese sandwich, maybe a packet of crisps, meat and three veg, and if you were lucky, maybe a bowl of vanilla ice cream?

Nowadays is a different story, when it comes to diet things have changed. Should you give them juice or shouldn’t you? Which bread is the right bread? How are we ever supposed to know what is right and what is wrong and what is the best for our little ones, when everyday there is a magnitude of information being thrown at us. From countless sources we are being told something different – not to mention, the constant and relentless advertising campaigns promoting unhealthy and high in sugar snack foods at every possible opportunity.

Feeding your kids and keeping them happy and healthy can feel like a real nutritional minefield to manoeuvre, and a scary one at that. The simplest thing you can do is stick to the 80/20 rule.

The 80/20 Rule

·       80 per cent of the week = eating good food and undertaking physical activity

·       20 per cent of the week = eating some treat foods and having some relaxation time.


Useful Links and references

This article is extracted from The Busy Parent’s Guide to Raising Super Healthy Kids, by Nic Monteforte, Shane Byrne & Jaime Rose Chambers ($29.99, New Holland).


Jaime Rose Chambers, APD

Jaime has spent her career working in private practice. She is also the nutrition leader for the Go4Fun, which is a successful nutrition, exercise and healthy lifestyle program for children. Over the past seven years, Jaime has delivered 18 programs, which has helped around 200 kids and their families successfully change their home environment, enhance their nutrition, improve their eating habits and get them more active. Jaime has a passion for food, cooking, and educating others about the powerful affect that eating can have on the human body and how this can be manipulated for positive and permanent change.

Jaime Rose Fronzek
Accredited Nutritionist (AN), Accredited Practising Dietitian (APD), Dietitian, Nutritionist