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"Picky? Not Me, Mom!"

A Parents’ Guide to Children’s Nutrition

Your children are picky about what they eat—especially when it comes to raw fruit over juice form and vegetables. They turn up their noses at broccoli, and bury their peas under the mashed potatoes. While you cajole, beg, or demand they eat these foods—and explain how important it is to eat plenty of fresh produce—your arguments fall on deaf ears. The little tykes just won’t eat what’s good for them. So, what do you do? You can’t let them starve, can you?

Very many concerned parents have asked Karla Heintz such questions and her solutions and suggestions, together with menu plans and fast recipes for resolving what she calls “picky eater syndrome” are brought together for the first time in this practical guide to better nutrition for your children and family.

Picky? Not Me, Mom! covers every aspect of nutrition from food choices and appropriate portions, to tips on getting more fruits and veggies in their growing bodies, and—of course—the underlying causes of picky eating. It also addresses several issues you may not immediately relate to nutrition: hyperactivity, electronic games, and television. All of the suggestions and solutions in this book are practical and mostly immediately applicable. There is no need to rush out and buy exotic foods or embrace mind-bending philosophies. Picky? Not Me, Mom! is a common sense guide to resolving the increasingly common problem of picky eating.

It is never too early or too late to teach your children about nutrition. Whether your kids are toddlers, teens, or in-betweens, with Picky? Not Me, Mom! you will always find a way to positively influence their eating habits. Meal times and eating can and should be an enjoyable time.

Picky Eater

Nutrition for Children


This little gem covers every aspect of nutrition from food values and appropriate portions, to table manners and table talk, and — of course — the causes of picky eating. It also touches on subjects you may not immediately relate to nutrition; hyperactivity, moodiness, electronic games, and television. All suggestions in this book are down to earth and practical. So, there is no need to rush out to buy exotic foods or embrace mind-bending philosophies. In a nutshell, they all add up to a common sense solution to the problem of picky eating.

Common Sense


So many concerned parents have asked Karla Heintz this question, she decided to compile her answers, solutions, and ideas about picky eating into a book — this guide to nutrition.

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It is never too early or too late to teach your children about nutrition. Whether your kids are toddlers, teens, or in-betweens, you can find ways to influence their eating habits. And, you can make eating fun! Happy Eating!

Testimonial


"Our family sends a huge THANKS for 'Picky? Not Me, Mom!'

As a wife, and mom to twin boys and a little girl, my goal is to serve healthy food with enough variety to last the week. Thanks to you, and your clever and entertaining book, everyone is happy with the meals and those five dreaded words, “Oh no! Not this again!”, are no longer spoken at our table! Thanks for helping our entire family! "

~Polina


 
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