Family Nutrition To Go:Health, Weight & Getting Kids to Eat!

Easy strategies for getting your family to eat healthfully- and enjoy it!
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Published 11/2015 English

Course Description

This course covers family nutrition, both for individuals looking to achieve their weight loss goals as well as better health. The course also covers managing healthy eating for kids, including strategies for getting kids to eat healthier foods and dealing with resistant attitudes and behaviors.

The methods used are EASY to follow and tested by real families. Discover the easiest way to manage your family's health- and enjoy the experience!

The content is delivered via video. Supplemental worksheets, sample meal plans, and other printable resources are provided as well.

The course is self-paced. I recommend completing 1 section per week to allow time to practice using the concepts presented.

What are the requirements?

  • You will need access to a device that will play the video content. You may also want a device that can download .jpg and .doc files to download the supplemental resources.

What am I going to get from this course?

  • Discover the easiest (AND foolproof!) way to lasting weight loss and good nutritional health.
  • Get your kids to eat what you want them to eat!
  • Stop picky eating and disastrous dinnertime experiences
  • Spot "health food" fakes and get the junk out of your pantry (includes help with reading labels)
  • Eliminate endless trips to the grocery store and plan quick meals that your family will love

What is the target audience?

  • For those who are looking to lose weight and improve their health through food and good nutrition.
  • For busy moms, dads, and caretakers who are frustrated with a child's picky eating or unmanagable dinnertime behaviors.
  • Provides options and methods for plant-based diets (vegan and vegetarian).

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30 day money back guarantee.

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Certificate of completion.

Curriculum

Section 1: Meet Your Nutritionist To Go
04:01

This course has been developed for the family on the go. If you're looking to improve your family's nutritional health (whether or not you are seeking to lose weight), you'll learn the skills necessary to do just that.

You're not alone! Here are some resources to get you going:

  • Attached you'll find the eBook "The Guide to Nutritious Noshing." Here you'll find all kinds of ideas to show you how easy (and tasty!) quick, healthy eating can be. All meals are under 30 minutes and are family friendly!
  • If you need additional resources, please visit my site at www.ohmynosh.net. There you'll find more recipes and tips- don't forget to subscribe to the blog and follow us on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, and Pinterest @ohmynoshnet.
  • It takes a village. Connecting with others is vital to receiving the support you need to make changes and stick with them. Encourage those in your "village" to get on track with this video series as well and share the journey!


* Nutrition coaching and the information contained in this course is provided for general informational purposes and it is not meant to substitute the advice of a physician. The information is general in nature not meant to diagnose or treat any specific individual, illness, or medical need. It is advisable to seek the guidance of a physician when considering any kind of weight loss program or dietary plan.

All music for this course courtesy of Bensound.com.

Section 2: The Easiest Way to Lasting Weight Loss & Good Family Health
07:34

Good family nutrition starts with what the parents are eating. The Power Plate Method shows you how to create meals that are nutritionally balanced whether you are at home, dining out, or at a social gathering. This method is simple, providing visual examples and suggested measurements to help you keep your calorie intake in line, without stressing over calories and grams. The suggested measurements can be adjusted to fit children and adults so you can create just ONE MEAL for the entire family.

The Power Plate can be adjusted for children- see how in the next video!

* Nutrition coaching and the information contained in this course is provided for general informational purposes and it is not meant to substitute the advice of a physician. The information is general in nature not meant to diagnose or treat any specific individual, illness, or medical need. It is advisable to seek the guidance of a physician when considering any kind of weight loss program or dietary plan.

01:51

See an example of what the ideal Power Plate should look like, for both adults and kids. If your kids give you trouble with a large portion of veggies, don't stress- just do the best you can. Need help? Check out the videos in the next section.

Notice how in the sample, the dish presented doesn't include ingredients that would fit under the "Spoon" category (fats and sugars). You don't need to add them in- if they are included in what you're serving, the spoon reminds us how much is appropriate.


* Nutrition coaching and the information contained in this course is provided for general informational purposes and it is not meant to substitute the advice of a physician. The information is general in nature not meant to diagnose or treat any specific individual, illness, or medical need. It is advisable to seek the guidance of a physician when considering any kind of weight loss program or dietary plan.

Section 3: Getting Kids to Eat: Picky Eating, Dinnertime Disasters, & Constant Hunger
08:19

Learn simple ways to adjust both the way you present food and the mood you create at meal times to encourage your picky eater to be more adventurous.

Crutch foods are unhealthy foods we often want to give our kids just to get them to eat (or to get them to stop complaining!). We want to avoid these- all you're doing is creating a bigger problem that will be harder to deal with later! We'll discuss difficult behaviors in the next video.

* Nutrition coaching and the information contained in this course is provided for general informational purposes and it is not meant to substitute the advice of a physician. The information is general in nature not meant to diagnose or treat any specific individual, illness, or medical need. It is advisable to seek the guidance of a physician when considering any kind of weight loss program or dietary plan.

07:28

Learn how to handle difficult behaviors at meal times to improve your family dinnertime experience.

If you would like help with your individual situation, please email info@ohmynosh.net.

* Nutrition coaching and the information contained in this course is provided for general informational purposes and it is not meant to substitute the advice of a physician. The information is general in nature not meant to diagnose or treat any specific individual, illness, or medical need. It is advisable to seek the guidance of a physician when considering any kind of weight loss program or dietary plan.

03:45

Discover the secret to keeping busy kids full!

See the attached list for some snack and meal options that make the most of the three elements of the Trifecta of Fullness. I like to call these "Triple Dippers."

* Nutrition coaching and the information contained in this course is provided for general informational purposes and it is not meant to substitute the advice of a physician. The information is general in nature not meant to diagnose or treat any specific individual, illness, or medical need. It is advisable to seek the guidance of a physician when considering any kind of weight loss program or dietary plan.

Section 4: Skills for Real Life!
06:15

Learn what the sections of a nutrition label are really telling you and what you should be looking for when it comes to fat, carbohydrates, fiber, sugar, and protein.


* Nutrition coaching and the information contained in this course is provided for general informational purposes and it is not meant to substitute the advice of a physician. The information is general in nature not meant to diagnose or treat any specific individual, illness, or medical need. It is advisable to seek the guidance of a physician when considering any kind of weight loss program or dietary plan.

07:12

See a comparison of two labels- one for a so-called "health" food and the other for a definite junk food. See how the labels show which one is really better for you!


* Nutrition coaching and the information contained in this course is provided for general informational purposes and it is not meant to substitute the advice of a physician. The information is general in nature not meant to diagnose or treat any specific individual, illness, or medical need. It is advisable to seek the guidance of a physician when considering any kind of weight loss program or dietary plan.

02:47

Discover shortcuts and tips to meal planning that will get you out of a dinnertime rut while also helping you save time in the kitchen. Avoid endless and aimless trips to the grocery store with the Grocery Shopping Guide.

Also, check out the sample meal plan to get an idea of what a week's worth of meal planning really looks like. It's not as hard as you think!

* Nutrition coaching and the information contained in this course is provided for general informational purposes and it is not meant to substitute the advice of a physician. The information is general in nature not meant to diagnose or treat any specific individual, illness, or medical need. It is advisable to seek the guidance of a physician when considering any kind of weight loss program or dietary plan.

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Instructor Biography

Michelle Hutchison, Fitness Nutrition Specialist

I am a NASM certified nutritionist specializing in child and family nutrition. Through my nutrition coaching business, Oh My Nosh! Nutrition Coaching, I coach families on strategies to improve the nutritional health of both the parents and children. I also help families work through behavioral barriers they may be experiencing when it comes to eating and feeding.

I completed my Masters degree in Leadership and have published a work on the impacts of the pharmaceuticals industry and public health. I presented the work in a symposium and it is published in the Canyon Journal of Interdisciplinary Studies.

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