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Simone Emery

Simone Emery

Simone Emery is a children’s nutritionist based in Sydney. She supports parents of fussy eaters with informative articles, simple recipes and tailored online consultation solutions filled with easy-to-implement parent hacks.

Simone is a mum of 2 little mess makers and works clinically part-time with extreme fussy eaters. She enjoys bringing the best in children’s feeding research to your family table in tasty little morsels.

There is nobody in the world that knows your children like you do and Simone’s style is all about lifting you up. You didn’t cause fussy eating and you hold the keys to helping your child develop a positive relationship with food, Simone is happy to help you put the keys in the ignition.

You have totally got this!

You can find Simone’s blog and more information to support your child’s nutrition at



Handling “Those Looks” When You Have Fussy Kids at Christmas Gatherings

As a parent with a fussy eater, you have no doubt been served up your fair share of common-wisdom-but-oh-so-wrong advice when it comes to managing your child’s fussy eating behaviour. And as I have written about here for Kiddipedia previously,… Continue Reading >

4 Nutritious Halloween Snacks

By Children’s Nutritionist Simone Emery   Get creative with nutritious food this Halloween! Here are 4 ideas to try with your little monsters, fairies or skeletons. Halloween is a time for fun and creativity – fruit and vegetables don’t have… Continue Reading >

Should you serve a fussy eater the same meal again after they refuse it?

Hands up if you were ever re-served the exact same meal as a kid after you refused to eat it the first time around? Hands also up, if you have thought about doing the same thing to your child when… Continue Reading >

Why Children Can Suddenly Dislike Vegetables

By Children’s Nutritionist, Simone Emery For some children, it feels like a switch is activated almost overnight. A switch that changes the veggie-loving toddler into a veggie hating one. It’s not uncommon. Yet, understanding it and getting the correct advice… Continue Reading >

How to get a handle on fussy eating, literally

By Children’s Nutritionist Simone Emery   My youngest daughter is in love with the word literally. She sneaks it into nearly all her sentences (and mostly incorrectly.) Yet, in this article, I am LITERALLY going to be talking about the… Continue Reading >

How to gently decrease milk reliance and increase family foods

By Simone Emery As a children’s nutritionist, Simone Emery works with parents to navigate the infamous fussy eating years of childhood. Today, she shares her best tips on how to wean your child off their dependence on milk and increase family foods…. Continue Reading >

3 Summer Recipes Kids Love to Make Themselves

As the weather heats up, it’s time to be prepared with a stash of kid-friendly summer-ready food ideas. Plus, because keeping it simple at this time of year is ultra-important for parents, these three ideas can be made by the… Continue Reading >

Surviving Party Season with Fussy Eaters

We all know how crazy the party season gets!  Would you love to feel at ease with what your kids are eating over the holiday season?  Navigating party season confidently for kids (let alone working out what to eat) means… Continue Reading >

Finding Your Mid-Week Dinner Mojo with Fussy Eaters

With a busy pace of life, it’s not hard to feel in a mid-week dinner slump, especially when you have fussy eaters. To make it easier, think about looking at these three mindset-shifts rather than diving into a brand-new recipe… Continue Reading >

4 Myths About Fussy Eating We Are Tired of Hearing

If you have a fussy eater, there is no doubt you’ve heard “They’ll grow out of it”, “Just send them to bed hungry” or “Put them in front of the iPad so they will eat”. The feeding myths run rampant!… Continue Reading >



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