Archive for the ‘Picky Eaters’ Category
GAPS Diet and grain-free meal plans for gastrointestinal GI healing
GAPS Freezer-ebook

Dr. Campbell-McBride’s GAPS Diet is a powerful healing system ideal for children who have any of the following: Seriously picky eating habits with health challenges. “Food addictions” to dairy, gluten, and processed junk foods. “Leaky gut” resulting in food allergies and food intolerances. Overgrowth of yeast or of bad bacteria in their intestines (or anywhere in body). [Read more...]

Healthy Snacks for Toddlers Over 12 Months
Healthy Snack Images

Q: What are some healthy toddler snacks? My 14 month old is obsessed with Goldfish! A: So happy to hear that you’re looking for healthy snack options! Those Goldfish are a total disaster for toddlers, especially those under 24 months. Yet our schools keep serving them to kids as if it were a super snack [Read more...]

GAPS Diet from the Book “Gut and Psychology Syndrome” by Dr. Campbell-McBride MD
Book "Gut and Psychology Syndrome"

The GAPS diet is a comprehensive gastrointestinal healing protocol developed by Natasha Campbell-McBride, MD, a neurologist and nutritionist who specializes in healing of issues like autism spectrum disorders, ADD/ADHD, dyspraxia, dyslexia and schizophrenia by treating the root cause of many of these disorders: compromised gut health. Dr Natasha Campbell–McBride works with hundreds of children and [Read more...]

How to get fussy eaters to eat nutrient dense food
fussy eater

Question: I have a 3 yr old and his dentist is telling me that he has serious cavities and needs to be put under anesthesia to have fillings done. I have trying my best to remineralize his teeth by feeding him better foods such as those listed in Rami Nagel’s book Cure Tooth Decay, but [Read more...]

How to Get Picky Eaters to Eat Veggies
higding veggie purees inside their food

How do you get a “Picky Eater” to eat veggies? If your child is a “picky eater” and not willing to eat his veggies or veggie soup, then you are most likely a very frustrated parent! How did this happen? Research shows that when infants and toddlers are introduced to refined or processed foods like [Read more...]