Eat, Play, Love

Feeding children isn’t always easy. Whether you’re dealing with a picky eater or a busy schedule, getting a nutritious meal on the table—one that your kids will actually eat—can be a challenge. Don’t be discouraged! Our team of registered dietitians created the Eat, Play, Love approach to describe the fundamentals behind raising healthy eaters.

While each child is different, there are some standard ways to help kids develop healthy eating habits. We believe a positive and sensible approach where the parent acts as a role model will get the best results. Read our articles to learn how to:

  • Develop a feeding strategy that will end dinnertime struggles
  • Be a healthy role model
  • Incorporate play into the kitchen and your daily lives
  • Teach balance with a positive approach

Articles:

5 Steps to a Healthier Family

Avoid Mealtime Meltdowns

Being a Healthy Role Model for Your Food Shadow

Dad Plays an Important Role at the Table

Fun Indoor Play Ideas for Getting Kids Active Inside

Getting Conversation Back on the Dinner Table

Handling Dinner Drama With Toddlers

Healthy Eating for Your Preschooler

Healthy Eating Starts with Parent Role Models

Mealtime at Grandma’s House

Picky Eaters Cured Over Time

Raising a Healthy Eater One Step at a Time

Seven Things Parents Need to Know About Kids and Mealtime

Ten Simple Ways Parents can Eat, Play, Love to Raise Healthy Eaters

The Path to Healthy Eating for Preschoolers

Use Logic - not Emotion – When Dealing With Food Allergies