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"Mission for Nutrition" kids zoom workshop

Updated: Dec 4, 2020

Fun and educational zoom sessions for all children from the comfort of your home.

Here family and children learn all about nutrition and each essential food group. This combination of eight

Each week the children will have a Nutrition Mission to accomplish.

Learning about nutrition

made easy, fun & educational

We know that there is an overwhelming amount of information for parents to sift through when it comes to nutrition, cooking and feeding their kids - It is often conflicting and confusing and based on food fear. That's why we've developed 'Mission for Nutrition' a fun and educational online zoom class that gives you the tools to raise creative cooks and confident eaters who have a healthy relationship with food and who enjoy a wide variety of different foods. This class can help you and your kids learn about all the essential food groups and take any specific foods off pedestals. This session is lead by the BSc. Nutritional Scientist Elizete Reis-Bennett.


Where we'll meet

We will meet every week at Nutrition First online zoom session 'Mission for Nutrition'. You'll take part in your home with the supervision of a parent or guardian.


What we'll learn

You will rediscover nutrition via a simple, fun and educational mission, perfect for family and kids.



Elizete Reis-Bennett

"Elizete's 'Mission for Nutrition' has been recognized regionally and internationally as some of the most fun and beneficial classes Nutrition First has to offer. Now she wants to bring her mission out of her closed workshops and into your home, one mission at a time."


Our Story

Elizete, a Nutritional Scientist is a food lover and food advocate. Her passion for working with family & children and her love for food brought this programme alive to help families to rediscover nutrition and make peace with food. One mission at a time.

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"I believe that the safest way to achieve health is by giving the right amount of nourishment where you don't eat less, you eat right" - Elizete Reis-Bennett

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