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Lauren
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Katy is right. In fact it is like being a toddler and learning to eat properly! OK most of us don’t need bibs or a high char (bib sometimes for me – I’m a sloppy old hag!) but we do need to learn that we are full up in our tums twenty minutes before our brains get the signal! Eating slowly is my number one bit of advice to anyone. Also, really savour the food – really taste it. I used to scoff mine down with no thought of what it actually tasted like. Bizarre isn’t it?

You are doing things right so, as the saying goes ‘If it’s not broken, don’t fix it’.

Doodah x

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