TG and the Rainbow Warriors by Jayne Avery

The perfect tool for parents and teachers to help children: • Gain confidence to make the best choices for a healthy, happier future • Develop an early awareness of hidden dangers in food and drink • Stand up for themselves • Develop a genuine taste for fruit and vegetables ‘Many of our attitudes to health,…

The perfect tool for parents and teachers to help children:
• Gain confidence to make the best choices for a healthy, happier future
• Develop an early awareness of hidden dangers in food and drink
• Stand up for themselves
• Develop a genuine taste for fruit and vegetables ‘Many of our attitudes to health, and the influences on our lives, are set in childhood.’
• Government has recognised that children are not eating healthily and is now trying its best to introduce healthy eating into schools.
By the time children reach the 11-15 year age group an estimated 1 in 4 are already overweight. (BUPA)
Jamie Oliver has carried out a valiant campaign but even he is facing up to how difficult it is to lure children away from junk food.
TG and the Rainbow Warriors can help.
Recently Government has been talking about the importance of personal responsibility – TG and the Rainbow Warriors encourages just that – with a bright modern flavour.
More money is spent in the NHS on diseases caused by poor diet than by smoking.

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“Superheros and healthy eating!”

Five Star Review on Amazon By Helen Theofanous

This might be a children’s book but it made me choose fruit salad and a smoothie for breakfast instead of my usual croissant and hot chocolate! The beauty of TG and the Rainbow Warriors is that as well as being a wonderful story complete with superheros, it subtly weaves in why we should eat more healthily. There’s fun facts like in the fourteenth century we only ate one teaspoon of sugar a year – perhaps I shouldn’t feel so proud that the first word I taught my niece was chocolate! There’s also an underlying story line about bullying, especially how to have the confidence to stand up to them and believe in yourself.

About the Author

Jayne Avery was born in London and lives in Surrey.

For 25 years she worked in both the primary and secondary education sectors. After teaching in Science she then specialised in helping children with emotional and behavioural difficulties, drawing on professional skills in counselling and dyslexia.

Whilst practising as a nutritional therapist, Jayne undertook research into childhood nutrition. This highlighted the need for parents and children to be made more aware of the importance of healthy eating in an appealing and enjoyable way, leading to the creation of TG and the Rainbow Warriors.

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