Feeling bewildered about how to foster healthy eating habits in your family? Developing healthy eating behaviors is one of the most important skills we can teach our children, yet many parents feel frustrated when their best efforts at creating healthy eating patterns fail, meal after meal.
This 1-hour nutrition program will empower you with 10 specific parenting practices to engage kids in the process of eating well. It’s designed for parents, grandparents and caretakers of all kinds, providing practical guidance and realistic strategies to build a foundation for a lifetime of healthy eating.
Join Stephanie Meyers, a Registered Dietitian and Licensed Nutritionist (and mom!) with over 22 years of experience teaching practical ways to cultivate healthy eating.
Please note, children are NOT permitted to attend nutrition classes. This assures everyone in the room can participate fully with minimal distractions. The only exception is for postpartum nutrition classes where newborn babies up to six months old may attend. Siblings of babies attending postpartum nutrition workshops are not permitted to attend. Thank you for your kind attention to this request.
This interactive workshop discusses finicky feeding and what to do about it. A self-administered, pre-workshop assessment prepares you to dive into understanding your child’s eating behaviors. Practical tips for engaging the picky eater are served with hefty sides of coping strategies for parents. You’ll be guided through the creation of a personalized action plan, walking away empowered with new tools for managing meal time mayhem. This widely popular class provides a simple 3-step approach to easing the burden of feeding your family well.
“Home Host” option available in the greater Boston area.
See a class you’d like to attend from the comfort of your own living room? With six other friends interested in the same topic and Stephanie can provide a private “Home Host” session. These classes meet in someone’s private home, work place, or community gathering space. The host is responsible for arranging a location and providing list of attendees in advance. The person organizing any Home Host Nutrition Program receives FREE registration for the class (One host designee per class). To arrange a home host nutrition class email Stephanie.
Stephanie’s other Community Workshops:
Vegetarian Kids: Meeting kid’s growing needs with a plant based diet
Building a Better Lunch: A soup to nuts (and nut-free!) guide to making your kids lunches they will rave about!
Pregnancy Nutrition: Your nutrient needs pre-conception through all stages of gestation
Nourishing the New Mom: Postpartum nutrition (this class permits attendance of infants up to six months old)
Starting Solids: How to successfully introduce solid food for your 6-12 month old child
Toddler in training: Optimizing intake for your 1-2 year old child
Snack for Success: A practical guide for boosting energy and metabolism, improving mental acuity and eating less processed food on the go
Eating for Healthy Aging
If you have a specific topic that you would like Stephanie to present in your office or personal community group, please contact Stephanie directly.