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Tag Archives: nutrition
Beware the dreaded, fearsome, blood-curdling…PICKY EATER!!!
It’s a common drill. Monday: Kid eats chicken and appears to love it. Tuesday: Kid eats carrots and appears to delight in them. Wednesday: Kid is all over Swiss cheese and wants it on everything. Thursday through Sunday: Kid refuses … Continue reading
Posted in Children & Tweens, Healthy Eating for Toddlers & Preschoolers, Healthy Eating for Your Child/Tween, Parenting, Parenting Your Child/Tween, Parenting Your Toddler & Preschooler, Toddlers & Preschoolers Tagged child health, child nutrition, Feeding Your Baby in the First Year, food choices, good eating habits, good food habits, healthy food, NutriSTEP, nutrition, Physical Health, picky eater, picky eating, special needs 4 Comments
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
Does this conversation sound familiar to you? “But mom, why can’t we bring in freezies and chips for the end of the game, Sally’s parents did last week?”
Posted in Children & Tweens, Healthy Eating for Toddlers & Preschoolers, Healthy Eating for Your Child/Tween, Healthy Eating for your Teen, Parenting Your Child/Tween, Parenting Your Teen, Parenting Your Toddler & Preschooler, Teens, Toddlers & Preschoolers Tagged activities, Canada's Food Guide, Dietitians of Canada, Eat Right Ontario, Feeding Your Baby in the First Year, Food, health, healthy snacks, nutrition, Physical Health, school, school health, snacks, Sports 3 Comments
Pregnant? Get the real deal on your meal
Doesn’t it seem that when you are pregnant everyone wants to tell you how to eat, what to eat and everything in-between? As a Registered Dietitian working with the Halton Prenatal Nutrition Program I hear a lot of myths around prenatal nutrition. … Continue reading
Say Hello to Healthier Eating During the School Day
Many of us spend time and energy making sure that the food and drinks our kids have at home are healthy. For example, after grocery shopping, I wash and cut up vegetables and fruit to have on hand throughout the … Continue reading