A new book by Greta Thunberg’s mother reveals family life during her daughter’s transformation from bullied teenager to climate icon.
"On a white sheet of paper fixed to the wall, we note down everything Greta eats and how long it takes for her to eat it. The amounts are small. And it takes a long time. But the emergency unit at the Stockholm Centre for Eating Disorders says that this method has a good long-term success rate. You write down what you eat meal by meal, then you list everything you can eat, things you wish you could eat, and things you want to be able to eat further down the line.
"It’s a short list. Rice, avocados and gnocchi."