Early Intervention (EI) is a holistic, multidisciplinary, approach to a child’s health in their first 3 years of life. Early intervention providers help children (and their families) who have a developmental or growth delay, or who are at risk of experiencing challenges in their overall development. As a pediatric dietitian and expert in family nutrition, […]
Raising healthy kids who have healthy hearts (now and later) is hard! And there are one million things to think about! And unless your child was born with a congenital heart condition, heart disease is probably last on the list of worries… but should it be? The following information is not to scare, freak out,
To Restrict Vs. Setting Boundaries around Sweets and Treats I recently made a post on social media about the difference between “restricting” and setting “boundaries” around certain foods (like sweets and treats). You can find Instagram post HERE! I have had several conversations about it lately so I thought it was a good time to
Feeding Selective Eaters at Thanksgiving! If the thought of feeding your children during the Holiday season, brings a jolt of anxiety… you’re in the right place! (especially if they are selective or “picky” eaters) The holidays can be such a beautiful time of year for some but for others, it is a season of stress.