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Putting Food in Its Place

Putting Food in Its Place

Food abundance. We live in a world where food is everywhereā€¦from online recipes andĀ cooking shows toĀ the ever-present food options everywhere your child goes (school, doctor, church, sporting events)ā€¦.itā€™s hard to figure out the right nutrition and food balance you should strike for your child.
Should you be uber-vigilant about food? Or should you be relaxed –or even lax about what your child eats?
Today on The Nourished Child podcast, I am exploring food. What it can and should do for your child. Specifically, how it should fit into your childā€™s life, what you should focus on most, and where itā€™s okay to let go. Most importantly, Iā€™m talking about the food balance you can strike for a happy, healthy and nourished child.

You’ll learn:

  • The role of food in kids’ lives
  • How to use food groups at meals and snacks
  • How to strike a healthy balance of food for your child
  • How to handle sweets and why they have such a stronghold in children’s diets
  • The realities of 21st century food and what that means for your child and his eating
  • And…is “healthy” food all that it’s cracked up to be

Helpful Resources:

Food groups and serving sizes from
Starter portions sizes for kids
The 90:10 Rule for balancing indulgent foods
Why infants and young toddlersĀ shouldn’t be eating sweets
Why rewarding with treats is not a good habit
Eating in the absence of hunger
Healthy food doesn’t guarantee a healthy child
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