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There's no joy in watching your child refuse the food you put in front of them. And in fact, I come from a family of "feeders". I still remember one of the first family meals I brought my, now husband, to where he literally had to cover his plate with his hands to prevent my mum piling up anymore food. My grandmother was the same - if you visit, you will eat! Whether you were hungry and absolutely nothing to do with it. And I get immense pleasure from watching my family enjoy the food I prepared for them. But what do you do when your child will eat a total of six foods?

For the expectant mother, a diagnosis of an MTHFR mutation can be a daunting feeling. Partly because it is a gene that has been implicated in a number of pregnancy, conception and lifestyle diseases and partly because there is still so much about this mutation that is unknown. So I'm going to break it down for you and explain how you can manage any risks associated with it.

Contrary to popular belief, Pete Evans didn't invent bone broth. My Great Great Great Great Great Great Grandmother did. And it's called chicken soup, also known as Jewish Penicillin. Despite the way that sounded, I'm actually quite flattered that the world has jumped on the chicken soup bandwagon.

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