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My child absolutely hates vegetables. What do I do? Part 3

I hope you enjoyed my series on how to help your child eat vegetables. If you missed the first two parts, here they are: My child absolutely hates vegetables. What do I do? Part 1 My child absolutely hates vegetables. What do I do? Part 2 Today is the third and final part. Your child hates vegetables? Keep reading. You [...]

2016-10-19T08:29:32+00:00 By |Categories: Constipation, Nutrition, Picky eating|Tags: , |0 Comments

My Child Absolutely Hates Vegetables. What do I do? – Part 1

This question is from a mom who was at the end of her rope because her 6-year old daughter refused to eat most vegetables. She would eat broccoli, green peas, and celery, but no other vegetables. Eating vegetables is mandatory if we want to stay healthy and poop every day. Vegetables have minerals, vitamins, micronutrients, and fiber that our bodies [...]

2016-10-19T08:29:33+00:00 By |Categories: Constipation, Nutrition, Picky eating|Tags: , |0 Comments

Tasty Tuesday: Green Omelette

My kids don’t like to eat mushrooms. Wait, let me rephrase this. My kids don’t like to see big pieces or whole mushrooms in their meals. And that’s OK with me. They still eat mushrooms as long as they barely notice them in the food. Pasta sauce, vegetable spread, and this tasty green omelette are all examples that my kids [...]

Do Constipation and Picky Eaters go Together?

Many moms tell me that their child suffers from constipation. They also tell me that their child is a picky eater. So the question that follows is: do these two go together? There are many factors important in relieving constipation, but there are three factors that are very important: drinking plenty of water every day (in this post I talk [...]

2016-10-19T08:29:38+00:00 By |Categories: Nutrition|Tags: , |0 Comments

Tip #5 for dealing with picky eaters: Involve your Kids in Planning, Shopping, and Preparing Meals

Planning meals Ask your kids what they would like to eat next week. Better yet, ask them more detailed questions about which ingredients they would like in the next week's meals. You and your kids can look up recipes together in cookbooks, or on the Internet, or choose some of your family's favourite recipes and decide together on which meals to make. Encourage your child to [...]

2015-05-19T19:08:03+00:00 By |Categories: Love and parenting, Nutrition|Tags: |2 Comments