Eat Well, Grow Well: Five Golden Years of Our Children

SKU : Eat Well Grow Well

Author: Dr. Chin Wai Seong, Children Specialist and Dietitian Jowynna Yeo
Estimated Publishing Date: 30 June 2020
Estimated Delivery Date: 7 July 2020
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Eat Well, Grow Well:

Five Golden Years of Our Children

Written by child specialist, Dr. Chin Wai Seong and dietitian, Jowynna Yeo, this book offers very practical and useful information that is relevant to the Malaysian context.

It is easy reading, and most importantly, it addresses the entire problem of picky eating habit, causes, consequences and action plans for every parent with a child.

Dietitian Jowynna Yeo also offers 25 simple and nutritious recipes which every parent can use to prepare food as well as healthy snacks. The guidelines on food intake for children will help parents to know how to shop and prepare food in a healthy way. She also suggests to involve children in kitchen activities as part of a strategy to improve the problem of picky eating.


// Highlight

Straight talks to parents: Using a down-to-earth language, the two specialists are able to reach Daddies and Mummies with practical and useful information.

☆Balanced theory and recipes: Combine professional paediatrician and dietitian in localized language, relevant to the Malaysian context.

Addresses the entire problem of picky eating habit, causes, consequences and action plans for every parent with a child.

Offers 25 simple and nutritious recipes which every parent can use to prepare food for school goers as well as healthy snacks to keep them well nourished. 


// Author Bio

Dr. Chin Wai Seong

MD (Hons) UKM, MRCP (UK), MRCPCH (UK), AM 
Consultant Paediatrician, Dr.Chin's Children Specialist Clinic
Consultant Paediatrician, ABC Children Specialist Clinic 

After completing his training, Dr Chin served as a clinical paediatrician in Klang General Hospital, before embarking on his private practice in Kepong in 2001. In 2013, he established another paediatric clinic known as ABC Children Specialist Clinic at Centrepoint, Bandar Utama. 
Dr Chin is a frequent invited speaker at various symposiums, conferences and forums. His audience includes not only parents, but also pharmacists and doctors. He has also contributed many articles in the newspapers and appeared on television and radio interviews on topics related to children’s health and wellbeing. Dr Chin has actively spoken on sex education in various schools in Klang Valley. 
His most recent book in Chinese, “No worry Handling Sick Children” was launched in May 2019 nationwide. Sales has hit 4,000 copies to date. It gives parents a peace of mind while reducing conflicts among different caregivers who are dealing with sick children. 

Fellowships, Memberships & Professional Affiliations: 
- Life member of Malaysian Paediatric Association
- Royal College in Paediatrics (MRCP), UK  
- Royal College of Paediatrics and Child Health (MRCPCH), UK 
- Academician of Malaysia (AM)

 

Jowynna Yeo

BSc. (Hons) Dietetics with Nutrition 
Founder, Vease Nutrition Sdn Bhd
Consultant Dietitian, ABC Children Specialist Clinic


Jowynna is a consultant dietitian with ABC Children Specialist Clinic. The founder of Vease Nutrition, a social enterprise focusing on food and nutrition education for children, she also conducts healthy cooking, baking classes and health talks for children and parents in schools, community settings and to corporate clients, among others. She is a winner of the Young Social Entrepreneurs (YSE) 2017, awarded by the Singapore International Foundation. With her dietetics knowledge, cooking skills, and a penchant for flavourful food, she puts her skills to great use, curating healthy and nutritious food for children. 

Fellowships, Memberships & Professional Affiliations: 
Malaysian Dietitian’s Association (MDA)

Research & Publication: Validation of the Subjective Global Nutrition Assessment (SGNA) and Screening Tool for the Assessment of Malnutrition in Paediatrics (STAMP) to Identify Malnutrition in Hospitalized Malaysian Children (https://doi.org/10.1093/tropej/fmy009)


// Disclaimer  

The above title is work in progress. The contents is subject to change.

The contents in this book are given based on the current best practices and to the best knowledge of the authors and are therefore not influenced by the sponsors and or advertisers. Authors do not endorse any products or services in this book and are therefore not liable for any claims made on the sponsors’ advertisements.


// Table of Content

PREFACE
 
PART 1
Chapter 1: Maximising Your Child’s Growth
1.1 Growth Problem among Malaysia Children
1.2 Golden Years of Child Growth
1.3 Zooming in on Growth Problems
1.4 Plotting and Interpreting the Growth Chart
1.5 Predicting Your Child’s height potential
 
Chapter 2: Determining Factors for Growth
2.1 Genetic, Environment and Nutrition
2.2 Nutrition: Poor diet or feeding difficulties
2.3 Key Nutrition for Bone Health
 
Chapter 3: Feeding Difficulties
3.1 Feeding Difficulties are More Common than You Think
3.2 Feeding vs Eating
3.3 Consequences of Feeding Difficulties
3.4 Identification and Management of Feeding Difficulty (IMFeD)
3.5 Three Contributing Factors to Feeding Difficulties
 
Chapter 4: The Tripartite Relationship: Feeder, Eater and Food
4.1 Feeding Difficulties: The Feeder
4.2 Feeding Difficulties - The Eater
4.3 Feeding Difficulties - The Food
 
Chapter 5: Conclusion
5.1 Achieving Final Adult Height of Genetic Potential
5.2 Red Flag Signs
5.3 What Can a Paediatrician Do?
 
PART 2
Chapter 6: Nutrition Fundamentals for Your Child
6.1 Understanding Your Child’s Developmental Stage
6.2 Importance of Nutrition
6.3 Food Group’s and the Healthy Plate 
6.4 Serving Portions
6.5 Meal Frequency, Schedule and Time
 
Chapter 7: Shopping and Meal Preparation
7.1 Shopping for Nutritious Food
7.2 Getting To Know Food Sources
7.3 Kitchen Appliances, Tools and Utensils to Help You 
7.4 Meal Preparation Tips
7.5 Food Presentation
7.6 Nutritious High Calorie Foods
7.7 Healthier Cooking Methods for Your Family
 
Chapter 8: Feeding & Food Play
8.1 Introducing New Foods to Children
8.2 Getting Your Kids Involved in the Kitchen: Why You Should Do It
8.3 Food Play: Tips and Ideas
Chapter 9: Responsive Feeding and Positive Eating Environment
9.1 Creating a Positive Eating Environment
9.2 Tips for Eating Out 
9.3 Feeding During Sickness
9.4 Responsive Feeding
9.5 Raising Competent Eaters
 
Chapter 10: Healthy Recipes 
Main Dish
1. Sweet Potato Pancakes
2. Apple Cinnamon Rolls 
3. Creamy Cauliflower Pasta 
4. Vegetable Egg Muffins 
5. Pumpkin Mac & Cheese 
6. Sweet Potato Hash 
7. Egg & Salmon Onigiri 
8. Peanut Noodle Salad
9. Spaghetti & Meatball Muffins 
10. Turmeric Rice with Chic Kebabs
11. Pumpkin Buns 
Snacks
12. Chicky High Calorie Eggtarts
13. Pumpkin Scones
14. Apple Muffins
15. Sweet Potato Nuggets
16. Beetroot Cookies 
17. Spinach Pizza
18. Broccoli & Cheese Fritters
19. Parmesan Crisps 
20. Fun Dips: Peanut Butter & Avocado
 
Desserts
21. Granola Cups with Yogurt
22. Nutritious Yogurt Popsicles 
23. Steamed Chocolate Cake
24. Nutritious Energy Balls
25. Coconut Milk Pudding with Fruits
 


// Book Details

Book Size: A5 Portrait
Pages: 200 ++ in color


// Disclaimer  

The above title is work in progress. The contents is subject to change.

The contents in this book are given based on the current best practices and to the best knowledge of the authors and are therefore not influenced by the sponsors and or advertisers. Authors do not endorse any products or services in this book and are therefore not liable for any claims made on the sponsors’ advertisements.

 


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