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Natalia Stasenko
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A mom-dietitian, foodie and chocolate addict.
A mom-dietitian, foodie and chocolate addict.

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When you think that your feeding strategy is not working, it is time to revisit some basic points.. via @Extreme Picky Eating Help

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" In my experience parents who work hard to expose their kids to different foods have a strong fear of not having ‘food educated’ their kids.  They feel heavily invested in shaping their kids’ tastes as adults.  For health, values, food snobbery, weight control, to keep up with other moms, or a myriad of reasons. But it’s an interesting feeling of duty that I don’t think was present 50-100 years ago.  And yet, kids learned to eat what they were exposed to. They still do.  "

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I was asked on @Vidoyen whether supplementing a specific vitamin can help kids avoid getting a cold. Watch my 1.5 minute answer below:

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I have to confess - it was not easy to write this post. An honest record of all the changes in a toddler's eating that can drive one absolutely crazy. But I hope it will help those parents who feel that although they did "everything right" their child eating is not perfect. It should not be. Here are some toddler eating quirks that are absolutely normal and can be expected in most toddlers, regardless of how they loved their blue cheese and spinach as babies.

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It can be frustrating (and scary) when your once ravenous baby suddenly shuns spoon-feeding. But it's completely normal. Here's why it happens and how to adjust.

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While I do not think we should be getting our kids to try new foods, we can certainly help them by creating the environment that helps them expand their eating repertoire. Instead of being sneaky, teach your child the skills to feel comfortable around new foods. Learning to like new foods is hard work and he needs your support and trust, not pressure and frustration. #pickyeating   #familymeals   #feedingkids  

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