Struggling to Feed Your Toddler or Preschooler?

Discover Why Hundreds of Moms Are Raving About This Dietitian's Secret to Feeding Your Toddler Balanced, Nutritious Meals

That are Quick + Easy to Prepare AND Help Build Healthy Habits for The Rest of Their Life

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Are You Certain Your Child Is Getting the Nutrition They Need to Truly Thrive?

Being a mom is tough. The sleepless nights, the ever-changing routines, and now there is the whole struggle to figure out what to feed your growing little one, and how much! 

You wonder, “Am I doing enough to get plenty of veggies into their diet?” 

With so much information online it’s hard to know what to do. 

If you’re like so many of my friends and clients, you’ve likely experimented with all different kinds of feeding approaches: using coercion, letting them do what they want, and even trying to let them make some of their own choices.

Even though you’ve read everything you could find online, you still can’t seem to figure out how to serve a balanced meal — while getting your child to try new foods, and keep them at the table long enough to get through mealtime. 

You’ve likely been disappointed that no matter how much you try to introduce new foods or limit snacks, or to get your child to eat more, you can’t seem to figure out how to do this in a way that works for you AND your child.

Are you making these mealtime mistakes? 😬

  • Letting your kids have endless access to the kitchen
  • Making 3 different meals a night in the hopes that they will just eat something
  • Using dessert as a reward to get your kids to eat their dinner (leaving kids obsessed with sweets and “fun” foods)

Are You Tired of Cooking Healthy Meals Your Toddler Takes One Look At And Throws On the Floor?

You come home from the grocery store all pumped to make your toddler a really delicious and healthy meal. You even manage to get all the food on the table before anyone has a meltdown. Yay! 


But as soon as your toddler sees that plate of food, they turn up their noses, grab a piece, throw it on the floor, and say a very emphatic NO! 


You’re so tired you give in. Fine! Have some Goldfish or Cheerios or more noodles because now YOU’RE about to have a meltdown. 


Who knew it would be THIS hard to feed a pint-sized person? Yesterday they loved chicken, today they hate it. How is this even possible? 


What’s a mama to do?

The #1 Myth You’ve Been Conditioned To Believe 

(That’s Negatively Affecting How Your Feed Your Toddler)

Like many of my students and clients, you’ve been conditioned to believe…

That it’s the parent’s job to do *whatever* it takes to make sure their child eats a fully balanced diet. 

This can take the form of forcing your child to eat. Maybe you or your parents even said things like “you have to eat two more bites” or “you must clean your plate.” 

Or maybe you end up being the “food police” constantly restricting what your toddler can eat. “No, you can’t have a cookie, that’s full of sugar!”

The Feeding Infants and Toddlers Study (FITS) shows lifelong eating patterns are set early - Between 12 to 24 months. Feeding styles may influence not only a child’s body weight but their relationship with food and how they behave around eating.

The Feeding Infants and Toddlers Study (FITS) shows lifelong eating patterns are set early - Between 12 to 24 months. Feeding styles may influence not only a child’s body weight but their relationship with food and how they behave around eating.

It’s NOT Your Job to Make Sure Your Child Eats a Balanced Diet

However, this idea that it’s YOUR job to make sure your child eats a fully balanced diet couldn’t be further from the truth...

Sure, it’s great for the pediatricians and parenting “experts”  because they often use fear to make you worry whether your child is eating too much or not enough... trying to pretend there is some magic formula on how much your child should eat...

However it’s absolutely counter-productive to think it’s YOUR job to make sure your child eats a balanced diet. 

Your child already knows how to eat in a balanced way. Babies know when they are hungry and when they’ve had enough. They naturally self-regulate. 

Your child already knows how to eat in a balanced way. Babies know when they are hungry and when they’ve had enough. They naturally self-regulate. 

The problem is that we’ve been conditioned to believe we have to “interfere” in some way to make sure they are “getting enough” or “not eating too much” or are eating the “right” things.  

If you continue to buy into this myth you will continue to be frustrated and worried as your child starts pre-school and gets introduced to even more foods. 

There really is a better way to feed your toddler nutritious meals (and build lifelong, healthy habits)

You need the big picture — a comprehensive solution that teaches you how to put together meal plans, what to feed your child, and when to feed them! 

It’s so tough when you try one thing, but then it just creates another problem. And kids change so frequently — you need more than a single “tip or trick” you found online. 

You need to learn the foundation of creating balanced meals if you want to master mealtimes. 

You need the exact strategies and tactics that would virtually ensure your success, giving you the big picture you’re missing. 

This is what I help my clients do and it’s what I’ve done in my own house with my kids. And it’s what I can do for you.

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