“He won’t eat anything that’s not macaroni and cheese.”
“She has such a sweet-tooth – I think that she would eat candy forever if she could!”
“My child eats when bored or upset. How do I help them stop?”
“I want my child to have a healthy relationship with food, so I don’t want to make it a stressful topic. How do I do that and still help them make healthy choices?”
Healthy eating is obviously important to health and well-being, and it’s something that every family has to grapple with in one way or another. Our relationship with food is important, but it’s also complicated. Many parents feel pulled in multiple directions when trying to help their children develop healthy eating habits.