About the Author

I’m a pragmatic dietitian who has worked with many families over the years, learning from the many of them, and my own too, and allowing my recommendations to evolve.

My aim is to share professionally sound and personally tested suggestions, based on the latest research, with a bit of mother-knows-best intuition thrown in as needed.

As you struggle, know that I do, too. For example, at the age of 2, my darling younger child picked up a piece of broccoli, wrinkled her face, and announced “its green!!! I am NOT eating it!!” She repeated this about a week later. I thought maybe I should find another career because I had failed. But, I’ve stuck with it (on all fronts!) and want you to benefit and grow from my insights and those of many others.

Take Heart. It’s a process with time in on your side.

And, yes, as of this posting, my daughter is eating her greens.

Feel free to send  questions and comments to me: feedingkids@gmail.com


 

Disclaimer: Please note that this is a personal blog about nutrition, food and health-related topics. It is not intended to substitute for or be relied on as medical advice because I do not know you  or your situation personally.  For any questions about  individual medical concerns, it is recommended that you consult with your personal doctor. The information provided in this blog is meant to provide information on news and research that is of  general interest and hopefully relevant to the reader.

 

Terms of Use”

This blog — Feeding Kids and You – is moderated by the author who holds a master of science degree in nutrition and health communications and is a registered dietitian (since 1984).  All blog users are by default considered as non medical professionals unless credentials are presented at time of comment.

Anyone participating on this site is expected to comment at all times with respect and honesty. Should the author deem any comment or material to be viewed as unsubstantiated by evidence based medicine or to be offered with the perception of providing benefits for which there is no bonafide or credible support, the information, comment, material will be treated as spam and removed and the person presenting such iformtion will be banne from future access to the blog.

Visitors to Feeding Kids and You are provided with this note of caution that no additional notification will be sent should the author find it necessary to remove comments/material and/or to block a commenter from future access to the site.

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Confidentiality –  This blog does not collect any personal or non-personal data and no cookies are employed, which is clearly a good policy for blog about nutrition. (Come on– humor promotes healthy and should be offered at every opportunity.)  The only the information that will be visible is that which you choose to share in the comments section.  Any information listed on my blog will not be collected or  passed on to any third party, unless required by law.

Funding: I do not receive funding or fees from any organizations or individuals for this blog. Costs for hosting and maintaining the domain name are assumed by me.  Also, this blog does not host any form of advertisement.

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  • 1. Latia Mitchner  |  February 25, 2011 at 2:40 pm

    Hi There,
    My name is Latia Mitchner and I am the Provider Relations Manager for a nationwide EAP & Wellness company Business Health Services http://www.bhssolutions.com headquartered in Baltimore, Maryland. Part of my role is to locate and network with providers nationwide to service the needs of our clients. We are currently in need of a Nutritional Consultant or Well coach, to conduct corporate workplace training “Nutrition 102” in Parsippany, NJ for one of our client companies on March 3, 2011 from 12p to 1p. The provider for this training should be:
    • Familiar and comfortable with a PPT presentation
    • Be engaging and can speak to topics and materials provided
    • Has experience in corporate trainings or group awareness presentations on nutrition
    • comfortable being broadcasted to another location via WebEx

    The exact location where the training will be held is 1 Upper Pond Rd, Parsippany, NJ 07054. All materials for this event have been created together for the prospective provider and will be sent prior to event. Our rate is 100.00 per hour onsite. If you are interested in hosting this event, please contact me as soon as possible. Thank you for your consideration and please feel free to contact me with any questions. Immediate response is appreciated.

    Be Well,
    Latia T. Mitchner
    Provider Relations Manager
    Business Health Services
    1800-942-6640 Ext. 111
    410-878-6123 (Fax)
    http://www.bhsonline.com

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