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FEEDING TODDLERS. A PEDIATRICIAN’S GUIDE TO HAPPY AND HEALTHY MEALTIMES
Are you struggling to feed your toddler a healthy diet? Are meal times stressful and noisy? Does your toddler refuse to eat healthy foods and nag for cookies and treats?
This simple and amazing book will show you all the secrets you need to teach your toddlers healthy eating habits and restore peace and calm to the dinner table.
It is tough being a parent, especially a parent of noisy and boisterous toddlers. Doesn’t that describe all toddlers? It’s so easy to cave in and give them the same foods everyday. The same, not-so-very-healthy foods everyday. Anything for a quiet life.
But you want your kids to grow up to be healthy, fit adults and you know that the key is healthy eating.
Healthy Eating for Picky Toddlers will show you how to feed your toddlers (picky, fussy or otherwise) a healthy diet in such a way that they will learn to love healthy food and develop healthy eating habits. You will learn the stress free way to toddler eating, to bring happiness to your mealtimes.
Download the electronic version right now for $9.99. (The price may vary slightly outside the US due to taxes. Sorry.)
The Problems with Toddlers. A brief look at why toddlers are so challenging in general and especially when it come to eating.
Let Go of the Stress. How parents can learn to relax when it comes to feeding their toddlers.
What is Healthy Eating? An overview of what foods you should be feeding your toddler.
Your Healthy Eating Routine. How to present food and structure your day to teach your toddlers to eat healthy foods.
Some Other Bits and Bobs. Other tips to help teach your kids healthy eating habits.
Cooking Tips.How to provide healthy food with the least amount of effort.
Some Really Easy Recipes. A few awesome and really easy recipes that will help you provide healthy food for your toddlers.
Follow the advice in this book and you will be amazed to see your toddler developing healthy eating habits.
What’s stopping you from teaching your kids to be healthy eaters?
Eating habits develop under the age of 3 so now is the ideal time to teach your kids to love and choose healthy food so that they can grow into healthy adults.
Download the electronic version right now.
What People Are Saying About the Book
This book is awesome
"This book is awesome! I really loved reading it and you are inspiring me to do better about feeding my daughter (and myself) healthy food. I thought it was very well written and engaging. Thanks for writing such an easy to read book on such an important topic!"
I would highly recommend this book
"What a helpful book! I loved the tone of this book. Dr. Kerek offers a very supportive, stress-free approach to feeding kids. The book is full of great ideas that can help even the pickiest of eaters. As a child therapist, I will most definitely share this resource with the families I see."
Helpful and sensible
“It is so helpful to find such sensible, down to earth and reassuring advice about feeding fussy toddlers. I have been getting very stressed out about my little boy's poor diet but after reading the book feel equipped to make changes and move towards healthier eating for all the family. I also feel very reassured that he is a normal toddler and I haven't done anything wrong to have made him a fussy eater! A great, simple and practical read which I will definitely be recommending to friends.”
I’d recommend this to any parent of toddlers
My daughter used to eat so well and then she got picky around a year and a half old. This book gave me lots of ideas on different foods to give her and different ways to get her to eat and now she is eating a much better variety of foods. I'd recommend this to any parent of toddlers!
Must read for parents of young kids.
This book is a must read for any parent of young kids. Parents can get tons of tips and tricks on feeding picky toddlers AND what foods to feed kids for optimal health. I especially love the advice about keeping meal times less stressful. Check it out, you'll learn so much and your kid's health and future will be better for it.
Practical. Stress free. Easy to read.
Dr Orlena Kerek offers helpful tips, a relaxed approach and decades of practical experience in her latest book. This pediatrician and mom of 4 has great insight into feeding toddlers, even the most picky little eaters, without making meal time a battle zone. Her stressful free, practical approach will help you take a deep breath and feel confident in providing your toddler with healthy eating habits for life.
“I love how Orlena stresses for parents not to be stressed about kid's eating. Most parents don't realize what a toddler sized portion is, so i love how to lay out that information for people so they can realize how small a child's portion actually is. With my daycare parents, that's what I find the biggest problem is, they don't realize how small a child's diet really is. I also love the advice about feeding regular meals. This is the best way to help kids get the most nutrition! Thanks for writing this book, I think it will be a great help to parents who are concerned with a healthy diet for their kids.”
"This is a fantastic resource for any parent or caregiver looking to improve the eating habits of their toddlers. It offers simple ideas to try with your own kids. It was also a great reminder that it is the parent's job to offer healthy food and the kid's job to decide whether and how much to eat. Will definitely share this book with my friends with kids!"
Helpful, reassuring and practical advice
This is a really helpful resource for any parent struggling with a fussy eater. Sensible, down to earth and reassuring advice about feeding fussy toddlers. I have been getting very stressed out about my little boy's poor diet but after reading the book feel equipped to make changes and move towards healthier eating for all the family. I also feel very reassured that he is a normal toddler and I haven't done anything wrong to have made him a fussy eater! A great, simple and practical read.