Get Your Picky Eater to Eat without Resorting to the Forceful Ways of the Past
Provide, Trust, Love
(Then Introduce New Food)
A Step-by-Step Solution to Transform Your Child From Picky Eater to Food-Confident Kid
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You don’t need to choose between giving your child the same 5 foods (they’ll actually eat) and endless negotiations (fights), forceful techniques, and being sneaky.

Over the past 9 years, Child-Feeding Expert Kristen Yarker, MSc, RD found a step-by-step system that works to take back control of mealtimes. The pickiest kids try new foods without even being asked.

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 Here's What Other People Are Saying:
"Kristen's book is awesome! Wether you are a Dietitian working with the family of picky eaters or a parent dealing with a picky eater herself/himself, this book will help you on a day-to-day basis." Claudia L. Mom and Registered Dietitian
"My daughter has always been a pretty good eater but does seem to be getting pickier so I was excited (and not 100% convinced to be honest) to try some of the tips you shared. I can't BELIEVE the difference it has made already!!!!" ~ Roz B. Mom
"This book is a fabulous resource for parents and other caregivers of children 2- 5 years of age. Although it is directed at correcting picky eating it could just as easily be used as a resource for the prevention of picky eating." ~ Shiela F. Mom and Registered Dietitian 
In 4 simple steps, this guidebook takes families from mealtime battles to quality family mealtimes. 
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Here's What You'll Get In This Book:
  • 4 simple steps to take you from from mealtime battles to quality family mealtimes
  • Loving and developmentally-based activities, and worksheets to use in your family.
  • Strategies to get your picky eater to eat better. 
  • Steps to take the frustration out of feeding kids.
  • Tips to help your child calmly face new food.
  • How to get kids to stay at the table during meals.
  • How to get picky eaters to eat a balanced diet. 
  • Confidence that your child is meeting their nutrition needs.
  • Meal panning ideas.
  • The beneficial (and well-meaning but disastrous) ways to provide love and limits around food.
  • How to use routine and structure (without being rigid, forcing, pleading, or bribing).
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