Every parent wants to feed their children nutritious food. That probably means a heaping dose of vegetables, ample proteins, and a well-rounded source of vitamin-rich foods. Even if we know what we should be feeding our children, we don't always know the magic tricks to actually get our kids to eat those super foods. In today's episode, sociologist and author Dina Rose Ph.D. explains to us why feeding children really isn't all about nutrition. Dina is changing the conversation from nutrition to establishing positive habits--her wisdom will have you thinking bigger than just broccoli.
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- About Dina
- Her Website: It's Not About Nutrition
- Her Book: It's Not About the Broccoli
- Her Super Food Explorer Kit