If you have a picky eater at home, you are not alone! In fact, it is estimated that 20-50% of children, especially toddlers & preschoolers, are selective eaters. Even though it’s very common it can still cause frustration and worry for parents. Follow these 5 steps to help selective eaters explore new foods.
There are ways to approach bottle feeding that can mirror direct breastfeeding, so as to provide the maximum therapeutic value to bottle feeding.
It is more important than ever to create systems, tools, habits, and behaviors that will help nourish the body and brain.
A feeding structure that drowns out the “shoulds,” numbers, and external rules and allows you to listen to your internal messages and help shape your days this summer.
It’s important to understand that picky eating is normal for young children. A child may eat a whole lot of one food one day, and the next day they are all about another food. Children use intuition to pick the foods that they are going to eat. Maggie explains this using research and how to minimize the eating struggles.
Through her work as a Dietician, Anna Lutz was introduced to the concept of Intuitive Eating. This approach has gained traction over the past couple of years. Anna provides an introduction to the principles of Intuitive Eating and the need to change our culture around how we eat.
Lactation consultants want you to know these things because they want you to enjoy your infant feeding relationship.
Renee’s greatest passion is helping women and girls be confident in who they are and believe in themselves. She shares three actionable steps to help raise children with body confidence against a culture that most often does not portray reality.
Three Actions Steps for moms regarding Picky Eating from a speech-language pathologist.