When you start thinking about getting pregnant do these three things: 1) Read Emily Oster’s book Expecting Better 2) Buy ovulation strips and 3) Start taking a prenatal, like Full Circle Prenatals. I choose Full Circle because of the nutrient composition and I love supporting Registered Dietitians! Read on for my Full Circle Prenatal review.
Welcome to our new blog! I’m here to share what really happens when an expert in maternal and child nutrition becomes a mom and feeds a child. My baby Olivia and I are going for Emily Oster meets Pinch of Yum.
Being a parent has changed Dr. Maria’s view on food and feeding her family. Can you relate? Now that Maria is a mom, she talks to parents differently about food. For example, her son hated the first 10 things she gave him. Zayn had preferences, and he let her know about them. Today she serves her nutrition advice from a doctor and public health perspective but with a big side of mom-sense. Here are her favorite evidence-based tips.
For Coach Kari family nutrition is personal and professional. Being an expert in nutrition as a Registered Dietitian is her profession, but it has always played a big part in being a mom. Both her kids had very different nutritional needs growing up. She has had personal experience
with her own kids from failure to thrive to severe gastrointestinal (GI) issues.
Coach Kari shares some tips for how she managed food and nutrition with her family.
We’ve put together this list of hacks to make feeding your kids easier. In our minds were parents with kids of all ages, from newborns, to those just starting foods, to toddlers up to tweens. Ready to make the most out of your time, make clean up easier and get your little one to eat more healthy food? Let’s do this.
Coach Cynthia has some pretty good meal mantras. Our favorite? Be good to yourself and enjoy food. She takes over the blog to share more. Let’s get to it!