As, The Food Teacher, Katharine is often asked about specific products, books, services and foods.
Below you will find a brief description and link to some specific items, which are ‘Loved by The Food Teacher’.
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“Superfood baking mixes teeming with nutritional goodness and plenty of hands on family food fun. The gluten-free pancakes are a real hit made with buckwheat and teff. Also love the 3-month subscription – a great gift!”Read more →
“Amazing spongy, nutrient dense, gluten and lactose free cakes available in six delicious flavours. Order online for home delivery, freeze and defrost as you eat...easy and delicious!”Read more →
“100% natural, organic and unsweetened delicious birch waters delivered straight from nature. Infused birch sap naturally flavoured with organic mint leaves and lemon peel giving it an amazingly refreshing taste. Delicious on its own or added to a juice or smoothie.”Read more →
“Brilliant reusable food pouches perfect for picnics, school lunches, school pick ups and snack times. Great way to ensure ‘real’ ingredients are to hand for optimal nutrition on the go.”Read more →
“Award winning innovative natural health company wowing all with their transdermal and sublingual products including magnesium flakes and oils great for bone health and muscle relaxation and tasty vitamin D3 sprays for both children and adults.”Read more →
“This is a practical guide for parents, teachers and health care professionals explaining the latest scientific developments, alongside useful tips and recipes that support both a gluten-free and casein-free diet.”Read More →
“This is written by the mother of a child with verbal dyspraxia and encompasses all aspects of dealing with the condition as a parent including working with a speech therapist, school, the impact on the family and how diet and nutrition can make a big difference. A great read for anyone who is dealing with this as a parent, health care professional or teacher.”Read More →