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Picky Eating Help: Advice from an Occupational Therapist [Part 1]

Kids don’t have to be picky eaters! There are plenty of ways to fix unhealthy habits! There are methods you can use today to...

Picky Eating Tools. What to Buy to Get Your Kids to Try New Foods!

If you are struggling with getting your child to eat, you are in good company. As many as 50% of all parents say their child...

Get Your Kids To Eat By Doing Sensory Play Activities: Cold Slimy Playdough

Cold, slimy, spongy or mushy foods are common textures that some kids tend to shy away from. Naturally, the off-setting surface of some foods...

My Child Doesn’t Eat Meat. How To Help Kids Overcome Texture Issues.

Realizing that your child doesn’t like meat can be stressful. Picky eating habits can add to that stress. Like any parent, you want what’s...

Introducing First Foods to Your Baby: What I wish someone told me [Part 2]

Welcome to the wonderful world of feeding your baby solid foods! Food introduction is a fun milestone for you and your baby. This Video Covers: - Understanding...

Introducing Solid Foods to Your Baby: What I Wish Someone Told Me [Part 1]

Welcome to the wonderful world of feeding your baby solid foods! Food introduction is a fun milestone for you and your baby. The Video Covers: ...

How Hiding Vegetables in My Son’s Food Helped Him Become a Better Eater. A Mom’s Advice on Being One Step Ahead. 

Queue the Mission: Impossible theme song. Toddler not eating? It’s time to grab my secret agent gear and embark on another suspenseful task. At...

Top Picks: Sensory Play Ideas For Kids

According to WebMD, sensory processing disorder is a condition where the brain has trouble receiving, recognizing and responding to information that comes in via...

Why Kids Don’t Eat: What is Dysphagia?

Young children begin to experiment with foods from the moment they are born. With different foods, comes different textures, which can sometimes lead to...

Nutrition Videos for Kids: How to Encourage Healthy Eating

How To Develop Healthy Eating Habits In Children Kids learn best through play and repetition. Getting kids to have healthy eating habits needs to be...

Picky Eater Help Using Gateway Foods (Food Chaining)

There are a number of reasons why your child might be a picky eater. Check out the article The Science Behind Picky Eating to...

Getting Picky Eaters to Try New Foods Using the Rotation Rule

Have a Picky Eater? Implement the Rotation Rule. In our picky eating series, we are going to be offering a number of strategies you can use...

Understanding Choking, Gagging, Tongue Thrusts and Other Feeding Issues With Babies and Toddlers

Each child develops a little differently. Babies and toddlers of all ages can have feeding issues. I have boy/girl twins and they were nothing alike...

Considering Occupational Therapy for your Child?

Working with an Occupational Therapist and What to Expect in an OT Session Depending on the severity of your child’s weaknesses, your child will be scheduled...
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You Might be Passing Along Your Relationship with Food to Your Child. Eeek!!

We all have relationships with food. Many we learn and develop as young children. Do you eat your feelings? Do you feel guilty after you...

The Best Prebiotic Foods [Prebiotics vs. Probiotics]

While many people have heard of probiotics, not a lot of people have heard of prebiotics. Prebiotics and probiotics sound similar but have different roles...

The Very Best Iron Rich Foods for Kids, Pregnancy and the Rest of Us

We’ve all heard that we need to get our vitamins and minerals from whole foods, but that can be tough to do. It’s hard...

Recipe: Balsamic and Honey Brussels Sprouts

This Balsamic and Honey Brussels Sprouts recipe you can serve guests and they'll never know how easy it was to make! You can't go...

Recipe: Roasted Brussels Sprouts with Bacon

You can't go wrong with this super easy recipe! Just slice up your bacon and Brussels Sprouts and roast for 26-30 minutes at 400...