Finding the Right Plan for You
You’ll meet with a dietitian one-on-one. Virtually. At a time that works for you.
Because we know you have enough on your plate.
Would my family benefit from nutrition counseling?
Nutrition challenges can affect you and your child in many ways. This may look like: stressful family mealtimes, concerns surrounding what and how much your child eats, tummy troubles that affect their quality of life, or food allergies that make it difficult to meet their nutritional needs. Your child may not be feeling or acting as their best self if his or her unique dietary needs are not being met. You may feel frustrated, anxious or worried about your child’s health. Sometimes the stress surrounding food can lead to tension between partners and have an effect on your other children. Or you might just be wishing you had a little more guidance in terms of providing a healthy, well-balanced diet for your family. If any of this resonates with you, we’re here to help.
Good nutrition is necessary for children to grow physically, emotionally and academically.
We get it. Children are precious, and as parents, we want to give them the absolute best opportunity we can to flourish in all aspects of life. A balanced diet that meets the unique needs of your child will help them to be their best selves and provide you with the confidence that they are getting what they need nutritionally. Nutrition plays such an important part in your child’s development, but most of us have received little to no education on how we should be feeding our kids before becoming parents. We attend birthing classes, breastfeeding classes, and parenting classes, but we are left to fend for ourselves when it comes to the basic necessity of feeding our children. Crazy, right?!
So, naturally, we start Googling. And we find there is an overwhelming amount of information out there about nutrition, feeding styles, special diets, supplements, and more. Unfortunately, much of the information available isn't backed by science, and oftentimes, this misinformation can do more harm than good. As dietitians, we strive to provide clients with up-to-date, evidence-based guidance so that you can feel confident putting food on the family table.
Feeding kids doesn't have to be so hard. Through nutrition counseling, we can work to identify personalized solutions and actionable steps to solve your feeding struggles.
Whatever you are struggling with surrounding food and nutrition with your child, working with a dietitian can help.
Book an appointment today!