Mama Knows Nutrition | Toddler Dietitian
·Healthy kid recipes, answers to toddler feeding problems, toddler meal ideas, and picky eating help from Kacie Barnes of Mama Knows Nutrition, Registered…
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How Many Carbs Should My Toddler Eat?
Do you worry that your toddler only wants carbs, or your toddler doesn't get enough protein, or your toddler wants sweets all the time? Here are helpful tips to know how many carbs your child should have and what are the top healthy carbohydrate choices for them. #toddlermeals #healthytoddler #healthytoddlerfood
Clean Your Plate, or Don't?
How much should toddlers eat, and should they clean their plate? Learn how you can help your toddler have a healthy relationship with food AND get the right amount to eat for their body - tips from a pediatric Registered Dietitian Nutritionist #toddlerportions #toddlerfood #parentingtips
Reduce Picky Eating With an Easy Trick
Wish your picky eater would try new foods? This picky eating tip can open doors for your toddler to break away from the few foods they love and taste something new. Baby steps is the key! I'm a Registered Dietitian Nutritionist who specializes in toddler nutrition and have helped hundreds of families improve picky eating. #pickyeating #toddlerfood #parentingtips
Inspiration for 19 Days Worth of Healthy Toddler Meals
Use these posts as inspiration, and don’t feel bad if you’re not serving the type of meals you want to all of the time. Not serving perfect meals each day makes you normal! You’re still doing a great job. #toddlerfood #toddlermom #healthytoddler #parentinghacks
Kid Friendly Hidden Veggie Dips
Healthy kids dips with hidden veggies will satisfy your toddler while sneaking in nutrition! These healthy dip recipes are quick to make and kid approved. There’s a pink beet hummus and a delicious sweet potato cream cheese dip! #hiddenveggies #toddlersnacks #toddlerfood
Nut-Free Snack Guide for Toddlers - Mama Knows Nutrition
You don’t want to send Goldfish or graham crackers every day, but your little one’s school or daycare doesn’t allow nuts or peanuts, and that majorly limits your options! There are many healthy snack options that are also nut-free and available at grocery stores.
#11: If your child is obsessed with sugar: How to fix it
Is your child obsessed with sugar and all they ever seem to want is junk food? Part of the answer is genetics, since some kids naturally prefer sweets more than others. But there are several things you can do to stop them from asking for sweets all the time. #toddlerdesserts #sugarobsessed #toddlermom
Mason Jar Veggie Frittata
This is such an easy breakfast for kids and your kids can help make this recipe, too! You can prep the ingredients the night before to make it quicker in the morning. If they like eggs, definitely give this quick, healthy recipe a try! #healthykidsfood #toddlerfoodideas #kidsbreakfast
Milk for Toddlers: Answering All Your Questions on Cow’s Milk, Non-Dairy Alternatives & Hormones - M
Milk is an awesome source of protein, fat, vitamin D, and calcium, but it’s not the only way toddlers can get those nutrients. If your little one doesn’t drink cow’s milk, you’ll just want to find other sources of those same nutrients that they like to eat (or drink).
Breakfast Menu Cards for Toddlers and Preschoolers
These breakfast choice cards help toddlers and preschoolers who are picky eaters, or if breakfast is stressful and you need a way to make mornings easier with your toddler, this free tool will change your mornings for the better (and prevent tantrums)! #toddlerparenting #toddlerbreakfast #toddlerfoodideas