The Art & Science of Teaching Kids to Eat Right

Effective techniques for raising healthy and happy eaters

Are Your Kids Really Hungry?

I'm not saying you're teaching your kids to overeat, but that's the unintended consequence of the way most parents feed their kids. Read More

These are great ideas, but

These are great ideas, but the doll activity might lead to some embarassing comments from a toddler. We talk about full/hungry tummies with our almost 3 year old. Recently she asked a slightly overweight woman: "Do you have a baby in your tummy?" Response: "No." Toddler: "Is your tummy really full".

These are great ideas, but...

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Dina Rose, Ph.D., in sociology, has helped hundreds of parents teach their kids to eat right through her blog It's Not About, workshops and individual coaching.


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