Research has shown that habits such as food preferences are formed by the age of five. Healthy habits formed in childhood are more likely to follow the child into adulthood and thus can impact his health and quality of life as he grows. Good health lays the foundation for a child to maximise his potential in life. Find out what you can do to give your child a healthier start from this Expert Series workshop!
This programme is brought to you by the Early Childhood Development Agency and is open to parents who have children aged 6 years and below. Free admission but registration is required as seats are limited. You can register at library eKiosks or here.
Date: 18 February 2017 (Sat)
Time: 3pm to 4pm
Venue: Central Public Library, Multipurpose Room, Basement 1
About the speaker
Rachel Koh graduated from Newcastle University, United Kingdom with a Bachelor of Science (Hons) Food & Human Nutrition. A health educator and food enthusiast, she believes in equipping people with the knowledge to make healthier food choices while indulging in moderation. Her experience includes research work in the area of nutrition, particularly in the evaluation of nutritional adequacy in the meals served in child care centres and nursing homes.
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