Picky Eating

#31: Learning to eat without the TV and other mealtime distractions

Episode art for "#31: Screen Time and Other Distractions During Meals", a baby sits on a couch with two stuffed animals, holding a TV remote.

In this episode, I’m answering a listener’s question on how to help her child eat, when the only way they can eat is with the TV on. I go over all my recommendations with regards to watching TV, or providing other distractions for your toddler, during mealtimes. Now, if you’ve seen some of my content […]

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Hiding Veggies From Your Toddler

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I’m sure you’ve seen a toddler, or older child, that refuses to eat their vegetables. Heck it’s pretty likely that your child refuses them! It’s such a common struggle that parents have. So much so that there’s actually a market out there for teaching parents how to hide veggies in various foods so their kids […]

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10 feeding questions you’ve wanted to ask, but haven’t!

10 common feeding questions about baby and toddler feeding

Just to switch things up a little bit this week, instead of writing about a specific topic, I’m sharing with you the answers to those nitty gritty feeding questions you may have been meaning to ask, but haven’t! These are actual examples of questions I’ve received through Instagram, and they may seem very specific, but […]

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#24: Protein Needs for your Toddler

image includes various proteins including: salmon, chicken, beans, cheese, eggs, broccoli, milk, and nuts, with a chalkboard below the food that says "protein"

In this episode, I’m talking all about protein! Chicken, beef, fish, plant-based – whichever is your preference, I’m breaking down exactly how much of it your toddler needs. Truth: we often overestimate this amount – for having so much energy, they actually need a lot less protein than you may be picturing. And since toddlers […]

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