Do you have questions about how to feed your child?
Do you worry that your child is eating too much or too little…is too picky?
Do you find yourself confused about the best approach to feeding your children?
Join Anna Lutz for an Expert Q & A about family feeding. She will discuss what it means to be a “competent eater” and what parents can do to support their children in growing up to eat in a way that supports physical and mental health.
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Anna Lutz is a Registered Dietitian with Lutz, Alexander & Associates Nutrition Therapy and specializes in eating disorders and pediatric/family nutrition. Anna practices from a Health at Every Size® approach and supports individuals in breaking free of diet culture for themselves and their families. Anna received her Bachelor of Science degree in Psychology from Duke University and Master of Public Health in Nutrition from The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. Anna previously worked at Children’s National Medical Center in Washington, DC where she gained experience working with children and their families around feeding dynamics, diabetes, food allergies, extreme picky eating, and other pediatric nutrition concerns. Anna most recently worked on the Eating and Body Image Concerns Treatment Team at Duke University Student Health. Anna is a national speaker and delivers workshops and presentations on childhood feeding, eating disorders, and weight-inclusive healthcare. Anna writes about nutrition, cooking, and family feeding, free of diet culture, at Sunny Side Up Nutrition. She is the mom of 3 very different eaters, ages 13, 9 and 4.
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