Learn more about nutrition for kids and get help with healthy meal ideas that will nourish your little ones
Proper nutrition is not only essential in the growth and development of a child, but it also creates good eating habits at a young age. Early childhood offers a critical window of opportunity to offer a variety of foods that will provide the child with various vitamins and minerals important for establishing healthy growth and development, including physical, emotional and mental abilities. For example, a deficiency of nutrients, such as iron and iodine, can impair cognitive and motor development. Furthermore, their mood and memory are regulated by neurotransmitters, which require specific nutrients like vitamin B6, folate and choline during the synthesizing process.
It can be overwhelming when thinking about making changes to your family’s diet, but I am here to guide you through the process, provide support and keep things simple. I will help you with meal ideas and recipes that are not only nutrient dense but will cater to your child's palette. You might have a picky eater on your hands, and that's ok. We can work together to come up with creative ways to help your little ones get all of the essential nutrients from various food sources that you might not be familiar with.
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We will do an in-depth review of your child’s intake form together and discuss any concerns and goals you have for your child. I will provide meal ideas that will be tailored to your child’s nutritional needs as well as food preferences.
I will also go over what nutrients are essential for their growth and development and show you what foods contain those nutrients.
I will show you how to make simple but delicious meals and snacks for your little one based on their food preferences right in the comfort of your own home.
I highly encourage your little one to join in during the cooking demo because including your kids in the kitchen has many benefits. It can help build their self-confidence, improve their motor skills, help build their vocabulary, and lay the foundation for healthy eating habits.