Fitness & Nutrition

The Nourished Child

Jill Castle, MS, RDN | Childhood Nutrition Expert | Feeding Kids | Growing Healthy Eaters | Expert Interviews

A Show about Child Nutrition, Feeding Kids, & Growing Healthy Kids, Inside & Out

Episodes

Feeding Picky Eaters with Natalie Muth, MD, RD
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2017-11-04 05:01:57 UTC 52:13
Feeding Picky Eaters with Natalie Muth, MD, RD

Feeding Picky Eaters with Dr. Natalie Muth, co-author of The Picky Eater Project

Feeding Picky Eaters

As parents, we feel a lot of responsibility to provide our children with nutritious food to boost their growth and development. But what happens when your child just won’t eat it?

Most children will go through a picky stage at some time or other, and that can make mealtimes super stressful for mom and dad. If you find yourself cooking multiple meals, or fighting a daily battle with your child to eat something other than hot dogs, then this episode is for you!      

Today, I had the chance to chat with my friend Dr. Natalie Muth. Dr. Muth is an MD and an RD, who specializes in pediatrics. She co-authored The Picky Eater Project with Sally Sampson and developed a six-week program to help parents with feeding picky eaters and work through the picky stages with their children.  

Dr. Muth believes that healthy living should be accessible to everyone. Through her philanthropy, healthy weight clinic, and her own pediatric practice, Dr. Muth merges together her extensive knowledge of nutrition and medicine to encourage parents and children to have a healthy relationship with food.

On the show today, she will share her own food history, her weight struggles growing up, and the ways that her relationship with food has changed. We will also pick apart why picky eating habits develop and give you some strategies for feeding picky eaters, even winning tactics to try out on your pickiest kiddo!

It is an info-packed episode today, so let’s get started.  

What You Will Learn About Feeding Picky Eaters 

  • Ways that I encouraged my picky child.  
  • Understanding the process of dealing with picky eaters, and what the most challenging issues might be.  
  • The psychology of food and picky eating at different stages.  
  • “Nothing New Before Two.”  
  • Parents can share control with eating habits to encourage picky eaters at all ages and stages.  
  • How the family meal can be a powerful tool against pickiness.  
  • Troubleshooting common challenges for picky eaters.  

What We Discuss 

  • How Dr. Muth’s Well Clinic is changing lives in her community.  
  • Why The Picky Eater Project was started, and how the six week program works.  
  • The most common challenges parents face when dealing with a picky eater. 
  • Some of the best ways to encourage children to try new foods.  

Links Mentioned In the Show  

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Milk Alternatives: Which Milk is Best for My Child?
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2017-11-04 05:01:57 UTC 30:37
Milk Alternatives: Which Milk is Best for My Child?

Milk Alternatives: Which one is best for my child?

Milk Alternatives: Which is Best?

Take a walk down the dairy aisle and you’ll see a lot more than cow’s milk. You’ll see plenty of milk alternatives: soy, almond, rice, hemp, and oat…the list goes on and on! If your family is dairy-free, these milk alternatives are becoming an important decision. 

You want what is best for your child, and especially for the little ones, drinks are often an important source of nutrients and calories. But where do you start? I know that choosing cow’s milk or milk alternatives is a personal and powerful decision.  

To make the best decision for your family, you need to understand milk nutrition. Especially for families with younger children, it is essential to know your alternative nutrition so you can ensure the rest of your child’s diet compensates for the protein and calcium deficits.

It’s time to make an informed decision that upholds your child’s nutritional needs and personal preferences. Let’s dive in!    

What You Will Learn About Milk Alternatives 

  • Know your milk! What is even available?  
  • Understanding the nutritional value of cow’s milk.  
  • The best options for lactose intolerant children.  
  • Understanding the cancer risk of soy milk.  
  • Know your nutrients! I break down each alternative and compare it to dairy milk.  

Grab the Milk Comparison Guide Now!

What I Discuss 

  • The nutritional needs for children at different developmental stages.  
  • Dairy milk is not completely meeting your child’s growth requirement of  Vitamin D and Calcium.  (Hint: your child needs other sources)
  • My filter for deciding which milk is best for my family and my client’s family. 
  • What’s in my fridge! 

Links I Mention In the Episode   

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The Evolution of Sports Nutrition with Nancy Clark
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2017-11-04 05:01:57 UTC 42:16
The Evolution of Sports Nutrition with Nancy Clark

Sports Nutritionist Nancy Clark helps parents keep their perspective on sports nutrition for young athletes.

Performance Nutrition is Evolving!

For many families, the Fall season is now upon us, and it is more important than ever that we are feeding our young athletes well. With so much conflicting advice out there, how do we really know what is best for our young ones? What foods will best fuel their long weeks of practice and away games?  

I have invited none other than Nancy Clark onto the show this week. Nancy is the authority on sports dietetics. She is the best-selling author of Nancy Clark’s Sports Nutrition Guidebook, one of the pioneers of performance nutrition, and a frequent supporter of athletes and teams nationwide. Nancy’s goal is to help her clients feel confident while eating whole, energizing foods to fuel their practice.  

I personally regard Nancy as the Queen of Sports Nutrition. You will not want to miss out on her freeing perspectives on food. 

What  You Will Learn About Sports Nutrition  

  • Focus on good health rather than a performance enhancement from nutrition.  
  • An explanation of the different nutrients and what they do for the athlete.  
  • Nutrition is all about energy.  
  • The truth about sports nutrition products on the market these days.  
  • What to look for when buying supplements. 
  • Mistakes we make when looking at sports nutrition.  

  

What We Discuss 

  • A new study from the American Academy of Pediatrics about youth sports nutrition.  
  • Nancy’s own philosophy on nutrition.  
  • How sports nutrition has evolved over time.  
  • Handling our fear over food and over weight.  
  • Planning ahead helps us balance nutrition and feed our energy needs.  
  • Parents need to be modeling healthy eating practices for her kids.  
  • The future of sports nutrition is a way to get people back to eating whole foods.  
  • Advice for young parents.  

Links I Mention In the Episode  

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The Mind of a Champion & Coach with Dan Walsh
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2017-11-04 05:01:57 UTC 46:36
The Mind of a Champion & Coach with Dan Walsh

What do champions eat before they compete? What is their mindset about nutrition? Learn how Dan Walsh, Olympic rower and youth rowing coach approaches nutrition with young athletes.

Think Like a Champion

Let’s get into the mind of a champion. How do champions think? And how can your young athlete think like a champion?

I wanted to pick the brain of someone who’s been an elite athlete and taken it “all the way.”

Dan Walsh is a former US National Rower and an Olympian. I invited Dan to come on the show because I’ve always been impressed with his attention to nutrition. As a coach, Dan hammers home the importance of nutrition for training and competition and sends the message to his rowers that nutrition is vital to success.

Dan embodies the notion of “if you work hard, your dreams can come true.” In this episode, Dan shares his story with us, as well as his perspective on nutrition as a key element to athletic performance.

Think like a champion with Dan Walsh

What You Will Learn about the Mind of a Champion:

  • What it takes to get to an elite status
  • The role of nutrition in young athletes
  • How nutrition can make a difference for all young athletes
  • The ideal “evening-before” pre-competition meal (and how an athlete should feel)
  • What to eat the morning of a competition
  • Typical young athlete mistakes around nutrition
  • Why over-doing protein isn’t the best approach for athletes
  • Why young athletes should be careful with supplements (and what to be wary of)
  • The myths around carb-loading
  • Getting the right hydration (without over- or under-hydrating)
  • Why food is better for athletes

What We Discuss:

  • How Dan’s childhood eating experiences influenced his approach to nutrition
  • Eating as a competitive athlete and the long-term struggles with eating
  • How Dan got into rowing (from wrestling)
  • How nutrition played a role for Dan in his training and path to elite status
  • What Dan wants young rowers and athletes to know about nutrition
  • Dan’s advice for parents of young athletes, especially rowers
  • The mind over matter mentality, and why it matters

Think like a champion with Dan Walsh

Links I Mention in the Episode:

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TNC 039: Smarter Lunchrooms with Brian Wansink
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2017-11-04 05:01:57 UTC 50:10
TNC 039: Smarter Lunchrooms with Brian Wansink

Smarter lunchrooms help kids choose healthier food and eat healthier, too. Researcher Brian Wansink shares tips and strategies for helping kids and families eat healthier.

Smarter Lunchrooms

My two oldest went back to college last week, and my high schoolers head back to school this week. Back to school always feels like the New Year to me!

In this episode, I am continuing with the theme of school lunch and tapping Brian Wansink for his perspective, particularly in the area of Smarter Lunchrooms.

Brian is the Director of the Cornell University Food and Brand Lab, where he is a leading expert in changing eating behavior – both on individual level and on a mass scale — using principles of behavioral science.

He’s written two popular books, Mindless Eating and Slim by Design, as well as over 200 peer-reviewed journal articles.

Brian graciously wrote the foreword to my co-authored book with Maryann Jacobsen, Fearless Feeding, in 2012.

In this episode, not only does Brian discuss The Smarter Lunchroom Movement – or how the design, flow and layout of school lunchrooms can influence healthier food choices– he also dishes on feeding his own kids.

A Note on School Lunch Today, episode #38:

In the last episode —I talked with Donna Martin about school nutrition. She’s done a whole lotta good stuff in her school district in Georgia. A reader asked a question about the discrepancy she sees in her own school district — you can listen in to my perspective on her question here. 

What You Will Learn about Smarter Lunchrooms

  • The easy way to teach kids about nutrition
  •  Why cool names increase the amount kids will take
  • Small (and FREE) changes for schools that guide kids to eat healthier
  • The three things that drive kids to choose healthy food
  • How schools can make their lunchroom smarter
  • 60 things to do to help kids eat healthier
  • How the smarter lunchroom scorecard can help improve lunchrooms
  • The relationship between take, eat and waste
  • How to apply the smarter lunchroom concept to the home

What We Discuss in the Episode

  • Brian’s memories of his childhood eating
  • The psychology of eating
  • Why schools should be concerned with the psyche of the student
  • How to connect with your child in the lunchbox (small acts of kindness in the lunchbox
  • Brian’s newest interest in research and the next book he is working on
  • How your mood influences how and what you eat
  • How gratitude can cause you to eat fewer calories
  • How to make meals an event and more meaningful
  • Why what you serve for dinner can change the perception of you as a parent
  • Why kids don’t eat everything they serve themselves
  • Why staggering the meal components can result in better veggie intake

Links I Mention in the Show

Thrive Mastermind – a pediatric nutritionist group mastermind led by me and launching in 2018.

TEDx Danbury, where I will be on stage presenting: The Nutrition Prescription for Healthier Kids

Brian in the news

Smarter Lunchroom Movement

Smarter Lunchroom Scorecard

Slim by Design book and website

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TNC 038: School Nutrition Today with Donna Martin
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2017-11-04 05:01:57 UTC 52:09
TNC 038: School Nutrition Today with Donna Martin

School nutrition includes school lunch, breakfast, after-school snacks, supper and more. Learn about what's happening today in school nutrition with Donna Martin RD.

School Nutrition Today

I’m so excited to have Donna Martin, RD on the show today to talk about school nutrition. She is the School Nutrition Director for the Burke County School system in Waynesboro, GA and also the President of the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics for the present year (2017-2018).

Donna and I talk about school nutrition, breaking down the basics around the school lunch program, the strengths of the program, where we’ve been, how far we’ve come, and where the school lunch program is headed, as well as the daily challenges of being a school nutrition director, her career and more.

What You Will Learn About School Nutrition

  • The story of school lunch and how it has evolved over time
  • The reasons school lunch is important for kids
  • The nutrition guidelines schools pay attention to when planning meals
  • The financials of school lunch – pay, reduced, free –and who qualifies for what 
  • The successes and failures around school lunch
  • Special successes in school nutrition for athletes
  • Ways to build student autonomy with food choice and eating
  • Advice for families who are starting the school year 
  • How to help children choose and eat a healthy lunch at school  

What We Discuss

  • Donna’s background and how she got involved in school nutrition
  • The specific guidelines for sodium, vegetables, calories, milk, whole grains and desserts
  • Budget constraints with running a school lunch program
  • Federal government subsidies for school nutrition programs
  • Speed scratch cooking
  • The Supper Program, Breakfast in the Classroom, and rollbacks in school nutrition
  • 3 tips for helping kids start school
  • Silent lunchrooms and community eligibility
  • Stigma and school lunch — is it better or worse?
  • What the future of school nutrition holds and how you can get involved

Links I Mention in the Show

Episode # 007 How to Help Your Child Eat a Healthy School Lunch

How to Teach and Train Your Child to Make Healthy Choices

25 Shelf-Stable, Food Allergy Friendly Snacks for School

A Guide to Independent School Lunch Packing for Kids (+ FREE Step-by-Step System)

Bringing Lunch for School

Burke County Public Schools Nutrition (website)

Donna on Facebook: DonnaSMartin

Donna on Twitter: @DonnaMartinRD

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TNC 037: Lead, Breastfed Toddlers & Milk Allergy
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2017-11-04 05:01:57 UTC 26:14
TNC 037: Lead, Breastfed Toddlers & Milk Allergy

Lead, Breastfed Toddlers and Milk Allergy

Ask Jill: Lead in Baby Food & More

I’ve been getting a few questions here and there, so I thought I’d devote a show to answering them! In this episode, I unpack the recent news about lead in baby food, clear the air on what breastfed toddlers need for nutrition during their second year of life, and answer a question about choosing the right milk for a child who has a milk allergy.

What You Will Learn:

  • The latest news on lead in baby food
  • Which baby foods contain the most lead
  • How to moderate your baby’s consumption of lead-containing baby food
  • The nutritional requirements of toddlers who continue to breastfeed in the second year
  • How breastmilk contributes nutrition to the toddler’s diet
  • What parents should consider when choosing a milk substitute for their milk allergic child
  • Which alternative milks are most nutritious (FREE GUIDE)

What I Discuss:

  • The prevalence of lead in baby food
  • The keys to avoiding too much lead in your baby’s diet
  • The benefits of continued breastfeeding in the second year of life
  • The nutritional shortfalls of breastmilk for the toddler
  • How to balance breastfeeding and meals so your toddler gets optimal nutrition
  • The key nutrients that are at risk when a child is allergic to milk
  • The differences between milk alternatives (not all substitutes are created equal)
  • Some of the best alternative options for children with milk allergy

Links I Mentioned in the Show:

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TNC 036: Cooking with Kids
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2017-11-04 05:01:57 UTC 39:16
TNC 036: Cooking with Kids

Get kids cooking to increase food knowledge, self-esteem and autonomy with eating. Interview with Jodi Danen, creator of the Kids Create Club.

Cooking with Kids

Get kids cooking! We all know cooking with kids is a boon for helping build autonomy with food selection and eating, increase self-esteem, and encourage food knowledge. I chat with Jodi Danen, RD, creator of Create Kids Club, and dish on ways to keep family meals simple, get kids in the kitchen and more.

What You Will Learn about Cooking with Kids:

  • Why family meals are important
  • Jodi’s family meal approach (hint: super simple!)
  • What Jodi serves for dessert 
  • How she gets her own kids in the kitchen
  • Her strategy for dealing with hungry kids
  • The short term and end goals of cooking with kids
  • Easy, fast family meals
  • Why you may need to experiment with the crockpot (and how it can change your life!)
  • Jodi’s most popular recipe on her website and with her family
  • Jodi’s passion project – Lunch Bites

What We Discuss:

  • Jodi’s journey in the field of nutrition
  • Her experiences in working with children and the school system
  • The mission behind Create Kids Club
  • Her mom’s influence on how she feeds her own kids
  • School changes and passionate parent reactions 
  • Why the crockpot is an essential tool in her kitchen
  • Her top 3 recipes for her family
  • How to make teaching nutrition a bit more exciting for kids
  • One More Meal Challenge
  • The payoffs from getting kids in the kitchen and cooking with kids
  • The things that frustrate Jodi about nutrition (fad diets, complicated information, and more)

Links I Mention in the Show:

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P.S. Got a topic for the show? A guest you’d like me to invite? Let me know in the comments below and I’ll try to make it happen!

 

 

 

TNC 035: 8 Tips to Help Your Child Snack Better
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2017-11-04 05:01:57 UTC 41:12
TNC 035: 8 Tips to Help Your Child Snack Better

Want to help your child snack better? Follow my 8 tips to take your snack strategy and game plan up a notch!

8 Tips to Snack Better

Snacks. We love them…and we hate them. We want our kids to snack better. But, poor food choices and bad timing equal an unhealthy snacker. Just like you approach meals, you need a strategy to help your child snack better.

With the average child snacking about 4 times per day — and some children eating up to 10 times each day — it’s no wonder snacking contributes about 600 calories or 27% of their daily caloric intake.

Today’s episode details my 8 tips for helping you develop a snack strategy that will help your child eat nutritiously at snack time and better regulate his overall appetite and eating.

What You Will Learn:

  • 3 good reasons for snacking (hint: snacks can be a powerful appetite regulator)
  • Which 3 nutrients are good at satisfying and inducing fullness
  • Why the timing of snacks is a big part of their success
  • Why the way snacks are offered may contribute to their overeating
  • How to keep your child guessing, interested and nourished with snacks
  • Clever ways to serve snacks that make them more of an event and more appealing
  • The one rule that will change your child’s snacking 
  • How to make snacks more nutritious and a contributor to your child’s nutritional needs
  • How to tame the junky food requests…easily

What I Discuss:

  • The current rates of kids’ snacking in America
  • Ways to work protein, fat and fiber into your child’s snack routine
  • The time frame for snacks and the gap you need to create between eating sessions to help boost your child’s appetite for meals
  • Ways to snack more mindfully, and the unhealthy traps of eating snacks
  • How to ensure food variety in your snacks
  • How changing the delivery and venue of snacks can inspire healthy eating
  • Why you need to draw a hard line about access to food and snacking (and the easy way to do it)
  • The brilliance of mini-meals as snacks, rather than one food snacks
  • Two ways to work in treats and sweets that won’t ruin your child’s healthy snacking

Links I Mention in the Show:

TNC 009: Top Notch Snacks for Young Athletes

TNC 014: The Real Mom Perspective on Snacking

TNC 018: Healthy Bone Development in Kids

TNC 026: How to Raise a Mindful Eater

TNC 003: Feeding Matters: What’s Your Feeding Style?

The Healthy Snack Planner E-guide

51 Snack Ideas for Kids

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P.S. Got a topic for the show? A guest you’d like me to invite? Let me know in the comments below and I’ll try to make it happen!

 

TNC 034: Modern Management of Food Allergies in Children
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TNC 034: Modern Management of Food Allergies in Children

Food allergies in children are on the rise. Learn the ways to prevent food allergies, nourish children with food allergies, and treat them with the most advanced methods in my interview with Marion Groetch.

Food Allergies in Children

Let’s talk about food allergies in children! A lot has been happening in this area – from new research findings, which have changed the way we introduce foods to our youngest children, to ground-breaking research in the treatment of food allergy. I asked Marion Groetch, a registered dietitian and food allergy expert located in New York City, to hop on the show today and give us all the latest and greatest updates and strategies for managing food allergies in children.

What You Will Learn About Food Allergies: 

  • What it means when a child has a food allergy
  • Why food allergies occur
  • The difference between an IgE and non-IgE response
  • The incidence of food allergy among children in the US and other countries
  • Why food allergies are on the rise
  • The top 8 allergens and which one is most common in children
  • Which food allergens are outgrown over time
  • What is an oral food challenge?
  • The new and current guidelines to prevent food allergy
  • Practical recommendations for offering peanut protein to infants 
  • Why immunotherapy is the future of food allergy treatment
  • The different types of immunotherapy under clinical study
  • The most important things parents should know about food allergies
  • The incidence of feeding problems in kids, especially those with FPIES
  • The common occurrence of poor growth and nutrient deficiencies in children with multiple food allergies

What We Discuss:

  • Marion’s path into nutrition
  • How she raised her own children and the influence of her father’s medical challenges
  • How to know if your child has outgrown a food allergy
  • Why it’s important to see a board certified food allergist and registered dietitian
  • The history of food allergy prevention and how it’s evolved with science
  • Why starting solids is so confusing
  • How to use a developmental approach to start solids (4 months versus 6 months)
  • What to do if your baby is at high risk for food allergy (and low or moderate risk)
  • How to do a food challenge at home
  • How Marion is transitioning research results to clinical practice 
  • Her advice about alternative milks with food allergy

Links I Mentioned in the Show:

Food Parenting Pro

Multiple Food Allergies: 7 Real Nutrition Risks for Children

Overcome the Short-Order Cook Syndrome 

TNC #013 Short-Order Cook Syndrome podcast 

National Institute of Health Food Allergy Portal

NIAID Food Allergy guidelines

Nutritional Management of Food-Protein Induced Enterocolitis Syndrome (clinical guidelines)

Peanut Allergy guidelines

Nutrition Management of Eosinophilic Esophagitis (clinical guidelines)

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P.S. My Smart Mom’s Guide to Starting Solids is a very useful guidebook for families who are embarking on first foods!

TNC 033: Caffeine and Kids: Cracking the Code
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TNC 033: Caffeine and Kids: Cracking the Code

TNC 032: How to Teach Nutrition to Kids through Healthy Eating Activities
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TNC 032: How to Teach Nutrition to Kids through Healthy Eating Activities

TNC 031 Food Rewards – Are They Good for Kids?
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TNC 031 Food Rewards – Are They Good for Kids?

TNC 030: Low FODMAP Diet for Kids
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TNC 030: Low FODMAP Diet for Kids

TNC 029: Food Restriction and Forbidden Food
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TNC 029: Food Restriction and Forbidden Food

TNC 028: Type 1 Diabetes in Children
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TNC 028: Type 1 Diabetes in Children

TNC 027: 7 Tips for Helping the Thin Child Grow
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TNC 027: 7 Tips for Helping the Thin Child Grow

TNC 026: How to Raise a Mindful Eater
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TNC 026: How to Raise a Mindful Eater

TNC 025: Young Athletes: Dieting & Supplements
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TNC 025: Young Athletes: Dieting & Supplements

TNC 024: Childhood Food Insecurity and Affordable Food
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TNC 024: Childhood Food Insecurity and Affordable Food

TNC 023: 12 Reasons Kids Won’t Eat (& What You Can Do)
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TNC 023: 12 Reasons Kids Won’t Eat (& What You Can Do)

TNC 022: Artificial Food Dyes & The Influence on Children
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TNC 022: Artificial Food Dyes & The Influence on Children

TNC 021: Family Nutrition Goals, 2017
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TNC 021: Family Nutrition Goals, 2017

TNC 020: Teen Talk: Helping Daughters Communicate
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TNC 020: Teen Talk: Helping Daughters Communicate

TNC 019: Better Breakfast Recipes for Busy Kids
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TNC 019: Better Breakfast Recipes for Busy Kids

TNC 018: Healthy Bone Growth in Kids
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TNC 018: Healthy Bone Growth in Kids

TNC 017 Kid-Friendly Lunch Ideas: I’ve Got an App for That!
2017-11-04 05:01:57 UTC
TNC 017 Kid-Friendly Lunch Ideas: I’ve Got an App for That!

TNC 016 Your Child’s Healthy Relationship with Food
2017-11-04 05:01:57 UTC
TNC 016 Your Child’s Healthy Relationship with Food

TNC 015: First Food is Fundamental
2017-11-04 05:01:57 UTC
TNC 015: First Food is Fundamental

TNC 014: The Real Mom Nutrition Perspective on Snacking
2017-11-04 05:01:57 UTC
TNC 014: The Real Mom Nutrition Perspective on Snacking

TNC 013: Beat the Short-Order Cook Syndrome
2017-11-04 05:01:58 UTC
TNC 013: Beat the Short-Order Cook Syndrome

TNC 012: Striking the Sugar Balance in Kids
2017-11-04 05:01:58 UTC
TNC 012: Striking the Sugar Balance in Kids

TNC 011: Healthy Lunch Boxes for Little Ones
2017-11-04 05:01:58 UTC
TNC 011: Healthy Lunch Boxes for Little Ones

TNC 010: How Play Therapy Helps Your Child
2017-11-04 05:01:58 UTC
TNC 010: How Play Therapy Helps Your Child

TNC 009: Top Notch Young Athlete Snacks
2017-11-04 05:01:58 UTC
TNC 009: Top Notch Young Athlete Snacks

TNC 008: Kids & Weight: Prevention, Treatment & Acceptance
2017-11-04 05:01:58 UTC
TNC 008: Kids & Weight: Prevention, Treatment & Acceptance

TNC 007: How to Help Your Child Eat a Healthy School Lunch
2017-11-04 05:01:58 UTC
TNC 007: How to Help Your Child Eat a Healthy School Lunch

TNC 006: Picky Eating Perspective & Sanity Secrets
2017-11-04 05:01:58 UTC
TNC 006: Picky Eating Perspective & Sanity Secrets

TNC 005: Top Baby Nutrients Parents Need to Watch
2017-11-04 05:01:58 UTC
TNC 005: Top Baby Nutrients Parents Need to Watch

TNC 004: 13 Easy Food Upgrades for Kids
2017-11-04 05:01:58 UTC
TNC 004: 13 Easy Food Upgrades for Kids

TNC 003: Feeding Matters: What’s Your Feeding Style?
2017-11-04 05:01:58 UTC
TNC 003: Feeding Matters: What’s Your Feeding Style?

TNC 002: Putting Food in Its Place
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2017-11-04 05:01:58 UTC 27:04
TNC 002: Putting Food in Its Place

TNC 001: Introducing the Nourished Child Podcast
2017-11-04 05:01:58 UTC
TNC 001: Introducing the Nourished Child Podcast

TNC 000 The Nourished Child Promo Reel
2017-11-04 05:01:58 UTC
TNC 000 The Nourished Child Promo Reel