Kids and Nutrition – Podcast Guest

Kids and Nutrition: Your Top 3 Questions

Families Matter Most Podcast: Kids and Nutrition

A while back I joined a friend and Family Coach, Jenn Dean of Families Matter Most, to chat all things kids and nutrition.

I spent time answering some of the most frequently asked questions from parents, like:

I …

How to Stock Up On Food For COVID-19

With all the craziness of COVID-19 people are stocking up on the weirdest things… toilet paper anybody? Am I right! That’s EXACTLY why we created this quick guide to stocking up on food.

We all react different to stress

I get it, we all react differently to high stress situations. Some of us freeze up and can’t even process what’s happening. Others jump into action before they even really understand what’s happening (AKA the toilet …

#1 Reason Why Your LO Eats Better Without You

If a stranger has better luck getting your little one (LO) to eat food than you, you may be making this common mistake.

Don’t worry, you’re not alone in this. Most parents at some point or another struggle at meal times with their little one. Is it just a phase or something you’re doing wrong?

Well, it could be both!

If eating less is just a phase

Kids eat less than you expect or want …

4 Strategies to Take Veggies from Yuck to Yum

Vegetables. Yuck!! Or at least that’s what your little ones say.

Kids and veggies often don’t mix. Why, you ask?

Read more4 Strategies to Take Veggies from Yuck to Yum

When Dinner Doesn’t Go as Planned: How Intuitive Eating Saves the Day

Tonight’s dinner, a smorgasbord of leftover finger foods. A few new items and a few of “safe” foods for the boys.

On the menu:
A pork chop (eaten before)
Naan bread (safe)
Spring rolls (new)
Green peppers (eaten before)
Cucumber (eaten before)
With a side of tzatziki and plum sauce, and dill dip (safe)
And apple sauce (one of the boys all time favs)

As my hubby and I ate, I watched as my boys