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Are you contributing to mealtime mania?

I recently delivered a presentation to a group of parents with young children on ‘mealtime mania’–the name says it all. Parents were worried that their toddlers were not eating enough, were refusing to try new foods, or were a picky eater. … Continue reading

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“My toddler refuses to eat!”

The amount of food Pumpkin is able to consume in one sitting is so shocking at times that my husband and I will do a play-by-play analysis: “First she ate a whole banana! Then she reached for the cheese! I … Continue reading

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Starting Solids – How much should my baby eat?

I found my inner-parenting zen when I started feeding my daughter solids. Believe me, I do not get to experience this feeling often. When we first started to feed her solids, my daughter ate very little if at all. She … Continue reading

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Will my kids eat healthy at university or college?

It seems like yesterday when I was leaving home for university. I was so excited to be free from rules and parents – and be in charge of my own life.  The thought of a meal plan while I was … Continue reading

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