Raising Resilient Kids, One Bite At A Time. With Jess Sherman, MEd, RHN
So… You want to make some health changes for your family? Of course you do. That’s why you’re here.
If you’re feeling a bit overwhelmed by the task at hand, relax. You are NOT alone.
Every single parent who walks in to my world has lofty health goals for their kids… and is overwhelmed.
Maybe you want:
So you’ve decided that now is the time to take control of your family’s health. You’ve decided to make more time to try new foods and prepare family meals. You’re ready for some change and excited to make it happen.
You cook a fantastic meal with new foods from the market, excited to share in a culinary adventure with your family and nourish their little bodies....
What we feed our kids matters.
Perhaps the most impressive study to date on the influence of early child nutrition on health later in life looked at the diets of 23,000 mother/child pairs from pregnancy through to age five. Among this group, poor diet in early childhood was shown to increase rates of depressive thoughts, anxiety, tantrums, outbursts and aggression in the children...
Sometimes its a mindset shift that stands between you and meaningful change. In this post I address a little phrase, or a mindset actually, that can be a real barrier to achieving your goals.
Do you fall into this trap? How do you handle it? Let me know what you think over in the Raising Resilience Community
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