How to have Fun with Veg!
On today’s show we spoke with Deirdre Doyle, Health Coach and owner of the Cool Food School about how to think about vegetables in a different and fun way!
Buster and Buddy find out why parents always go on and on about their kids eating their vegetables and how vegetables are the jigsaw to keeping our bodies AND minds healthy and well.
AND we HEAR about lots of fun and exciting ways to look at vegetables in a totally new way!!
Listen to the show to find hear what Deirdre tells us AND to hear kids talking about their favourite veggies…as well as telling us their Jokes of the Day!
And remember to Stay Healthy, Stay Happy and Stay Well!
Michelle and her team have a collective 50years experience working with kids as teachers, entertainers and parents!
GUEST OF THE DAY
Mum of 3, Deirdre Doyle is a BTEC-qualified Health Coach with a mission to teach children of all ages about the joys of healthy eating. And it is with this vision in mind that she set up The Cool Food School in 2018.
“At the Cool Food School we promote healthy eating in a fun and interactive environment for kids of all ages. We travel to schools, preschools and parties to teach children the value of eating healthy through a range of fun workshops and camps designed to encourage them to develop healthy habits. We’re all about encouraging children to enjoy wholesome food for a happier and healthier life.”
MINI MINDFULNESS MOMENTS
Louise Shanagher is a children’s therapist, mindfulness teacher and trainer.
Louise has a BA and MSc in Psychology and further qualifications in Play Therapy and Mindfulness.
She is the creator of the “Creative Mindfulness Kids” method and has trained hundreds of people to be children’s mindfulness teachers.
She is the author of six books: The “Mindfully Me” series, Ireland’s first series of mindfulness books for children and the “Kindfully Me” series and the co-author of Ireland’s first mindfulness curriculum the “Mindful Heart” curriculum.
Louise is passionate about promoting positive mental health for children and young people. She believes that all children should get the opportunity to learn how to practice mindfulness and self-compassion and believes that these practices will help children lead happier, healthier and more fulfilling lives.