Developing a Good Relationship With Food

We all recognize the importance of a healthy diet, especially when it comes to our little ones. But convincing them to eat foods that are good for them is often a struggle, and when dinnertime becomes a nightly battle, it can often cause your child to develop a negative association with food.

In today’s video, I’ll give you some tips to help you understand the psychology behind your child’s apprehension over new foods, give you some tips to help encourage them, and bring peace and harmony back to your dinner table.


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If you’re having issues with your child’s eating habits, whether they’re not eating enough healthy food, have no interest in trying new things, or are engaging in a battle of wills every time you sit down to the dinner table, try The Food Sense Program. It’s a complete system designed to end the mealtime headaches, get your child eating healthy, and develop a positive relationship with food!

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