Here's Our TalkMum Book Club Review Of Wean In 15 By Joe Wicks
This month on the TalkMum Book Club we are serving up a helping hand for parents with a review of the new Joe Wicks weaning handbook, Wean in 15.
Weaning…it’s a messy business! Although it is magical to watch your baby enjoy their first taste of food, if you are clueless about where to start with weaning, it can be a daunting process.
Step forward Joe Wicks and Wean In 15.
Joe Wicks Wean In 15 Review
Who Is Joe Wicks, The Author?
The author or Wean In 15 is Joe Wicks, also known as The Body Coach. Joe Wicks is a fitness coach, personal trainer, TV presenter and author. He has helped thousands of people get fit and transform their bodies with his online masterclasses, books and fitness plans.
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Thank you @ollieandnixphotography for our little social distance door step shoot yesterday ☺️ Ollie and Nicola are a husband and wife team who are both amazing support coaches at The Body Coach HQ. They are now pursuing their passion for photography. I love seeing how they are learning new skills and working towards running their own business one day 🙌🏽❤️ They are available for weddings and also now during this lock down... door step shoots like this one. I think the photos are fantastic. Thank you @ollieandnixphotography 😌🙌🏽 📸
More recently he has been acting as the nation’s PE Teacher with the daily PE With Joe workouts.
What Is Wean In 15 By Joe Wicks About?
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🎉😬📕👶🏻 My brand new book: Wean in 15 is out very soon and is available to pre order today half price on amazon or Waterstones (link in my insta bio) 🙌🏽 It contains 100 recipes designed for babies and toddlers and all of the latest up to date advice and guidance. This book is perfect for parents with babies and toddlers but even if your kids are a little bit older and fussier with food I think you’ll get a lot of use out of this book with the family friendly meals. Thanks in advance for your support as always. Lots of love Joe ☺️ If you want more weaning recipes follow my other instagram @weanin15_ 👶🏻
Drawing on his experience of weaning his young daughter Indie, combined with expert advice from a nutritionist, Joe Wicks’ book Wean In 15 contains one hundred recipes split into age stages, advice around nutrients, allergies, supplements and fussy eaters, as well as tips to help you understand your child’s signals.
As weaning can be a time-consuming process, Joe also offers advice on meal prep with shopping lists and freezable items.
The aim of the book is to help parents lay the foundation for their child for a lifetime of healthy, happy eating.
Why Should I Read Wean In 15?
Whether you’re a first-time parent thinking about starting your child’s food journey, or a mum and dad of more than one approaching the weaning stage again, the book guides you towards getting the best for your little one, from figuring out when to start weaning and how much food your child needs, to adapting your own meals for your child. Joe is cheerful and relatable, and his book offers a handy and colourful guide to help you make weaning a happy and enjoyable time for the whole family.
If you're a fan of Joe Wicks, he also appears in our post on the best pregnancy exercises at home.
Once You've Read Our Wean In 15 Review:
Make sure you catch-up with our latest TalkMum Book Club editions, including Izzy Judd’s book Mindfulness for Mums, Marie Kondo’s The Life-Changing Magic of Tidying, the Little Book of Self-Care for Mums and Mother Ship by Francesca Segal.