Supercharge Your Families Approach to Food with Seeds Nutrition
Seeds Nutrition is a place where health and empowerment relating to nutrition and bodies are the number one focus. Have you got fussy eater? Do you struggle with your relationship with food? Are mealtimes a battle for your family, young or old? You’re in the right place!
At Seeds Nutrition we specialise in nutrition for the family, especially the smallest members!
About Seeds Nutrition
Seeds Nutrition is run by Chaya, a mum of three beautiful boys, a University Qualified Nutritionist (BHSc Food and Nutrition), Food Scientist, an SOS trained Feeding Therapist, and advocate of weight-inclusive and empowered Nutrition care.
We understand the impact that early eating habits can have on the way children perceive and approach eating, and their relationships with food and self.
Empowering children at a young age to listen to their bodies, and enjoy a wide variety of foods, is a premise of the services we offer at Seeds Nutrition.
Mum of twoPenrith
“My boys diet was very limited. Now they are both open to trying new things! Seeds Nutrition has made a huge difference in how we approach mealtimes.”
Mum of twoBlue Mountains
“We came to Chaya with some quite serious food issues. The foods my daughter would consent to eat were few, and becoming fewer. It was very stressful for her and us. After our first meeting with Chaya we had an attitude shift at the table: for both parents and child, and her diet has been improving since.
Chaya's gentle methods and intuition for how my daughter is feeling and what she needs has secured my daughters trust, which isn't an easy task.
We have a lot of work to go, and look forward to continuing with Chaya to help my daughter grow up to have a healthy relationship with food.”
“Excellent ability to start at the individual childs level. Excellent knowledge of children with special needs. Excellent no pressure approach for parents and children.”
Mum of twoSpringwood, NSW
“Chaya is a kind and compassionate person who has such an incredible wealth of knowledge on nutrition, and is really building confidence in our children to explore and try new foods.”