We've all probably had to deal with picky eaters at some point (even some adults). But when it comes to our kids, how can we teach and cultivate a diet that's not only healthy but diverse!
Natalie Digate Muth, MD, MPH, RDN, CSSD, FAAP, FACSM is on a mission to help families thrive. She does this through many roles including as an award-winning author, pediatrician and registered dietitian, and educator. She helps families improve health in 5 key areas (nutrition, activity, sleep, stress management, and screen time limits) as the founder and director of the Children's Primary Care Medical Group W.E.L.L. nutrition clinic and Walk with a Doc-Carlsbad. She also teaches college students about nutrition as an adjunct assistant professor at UCLA Fielding School of Public Health.
Today we talk about the importance of a mother's diet during pregnancy & breastfeeding, how the strategy changes for picky eaters at different ages, and when to bring up the issue with your pediatrician.