Most of us live with one in our homes, we often wonder if they will out grow it and if we will survive the challenges that come with having one. You know what I’m talking about – ” The Picky Eater”. Who is the picky eater in your home? Are you at your whits end, ready to give up and let them live on that box of noodles and cheese for all three meals? Don’t give up yet I just might have found the secret to winning the Food Fight war in your home
I’d like to introduce you to the new must have parenting book:
Food Fights: Winning the Nutritional Challenges of Parenthood Armed with Insight, Humor, and a Bottle of Ketchup, 2nd edition (American Academy of Pediatrics, March 2012). Written by Drs. Laura Jana and Jennifer Shu.
Bring “peas and harmony” to the family table with Food Fights, 2nd edition!
Knowing what to feed children is one thing. Getting them to eat it is not as easy.
In Food Fights, 2nd edition, the authors share practical personal insights ―offering simple solutions for your own families nutritional challenges. Whether you’ve got an infant, toddler, or young child, Food Fights promises entertaining, reality-based advice on:
▪ How to pick your battles (and arm yourself accordingly)
▪ Whining and dining, throwing food, and other dietary distractions
▪ Heaping helpings, TV dinners, fast food, and other nutritional minefields
▪ Eating out, grocery shopping, and travel
▪ The 5-second rule
▪ Drinking and dozing, juice, soda pop, and other classic drinking problems
▪ Sick kids, vitamins, body weight, allergies, constipation, spitting up…and so much more!
This revised second edition also includes new chapters on healthy breakfasts, what’s lacking in snacking, and supermarket sanity, and serves up important guidance on making sense of package labels and choosing foods wisely. Add the cornucopia of resources such as recipes for success, a nutrient primer, and phone apps that help families stay on a tech-savvy track to good nutrition and this new and improved edition of Food Fights is guaranteed to leave you satisfied.
What others are saying about Food Fights:
- “As pediatricians and moms, Drs Jana and Shu know that it’s important to focus on good nutrition, but also to pick your battles. Food Fights offers reassuring and practical advice for parents who are worried about whether their kids are eating too much, not enough, or nothing green.”
—Diane Debrovner, health and psychology editor, Parents Magazine
Ready to give a try at transforming your picky eater and win the Food Fights in your home?
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