Do you have to force your kids to choke down their veggies?
What if you could teach them to LOVE healthy foods and happily devour their broccoli?
If you think that sounds like a pipe dream, think again! With a little help, you too can raise happy, healthy eaters!
You want your child to eat healthy. Every parent does. But did anybody ever teach you how to raise a healthy eater? How many parenting decisions are as important as that? Teaching your child to love healthy eating will be THE most significant role you play in their health!
Find the answers to your feeding questions. Whether your little one is just exploring solids, or you’re already knee-deep in mealtime battles, this course was designed for you!
As a Registered Dietitian, I know that there are many healthy ways to feed children. I won’t try to fit your family into a mold with a cookie-cutter program. You will never feel boxed in to one method. At the end of the course, you will come away with a feeding plan that is specific to your family.
Explore concepts through thought-provoking questions and fun, interactive feeding activities. Become equipped and empowered to know that you are doing a great job feeding your children. At the end of this course, you will be able to confidently tell anyone who challenges your parenting decisions that you know what you are doing.
Outline of Ellyn Satter's Division of Responsibility
Hi! I'm Jessica - a Registered Dietitian & Nutritionist!
As a child, I had a classic case of "picky eating": I hated all meat, veggies, potatoes, rice, milk, and even many types of fruit. Out of love and desperation, my parents forced me to eat these foods but it didn't help me to learn to like them. I knew there had to be a better way, which is partly what led me to get a Bachelor of Human Nutritional Sciences and become a Dietitian. I've learned so much about how to raise happy, healthy eaters and want to share what I've learned with others! Now that I'm a mom, I've been able to put these principles into place and it's so much fun to see how well they work!