In this video Jennifer Anderson, Dietician and founder of “Kids Eat in Color” breaks down picky eating in children: common root causes, some practical strategies to make mealtimes more manageable.
Don’t miss Jennifer at our conference in April where she will be teaching a half-day workshop on picky eating!
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Navigating early childhood feeding and nutrition is challenging. In fact, nutrition and feeding are the leading topics parents seek information about. From baby’s first bites to toddler tantrums, feeding practices can play a role in shaping positive mealtime environments. Join us and Jennifer Anderson, MSPH, RDN, founder of Kids Eat in Color for a closer look at the roles parents play when introducing new foods to baby and young toddlers and managing picky eating.
Jennifer Anderson is a registered dietitian and has a Masters of Science in public health from Johns Hopkins School of Public Health. In 2019, she founded Kids Eat in Color, a resource that helps families feed their children from their first bite of solid food through picky eating and elementary-aged nutrition needs. Prior to starting Kids Eat in Color she coordinated youth nutrition programs at a food bank, performed research in inner-city food deserts, and consulted for the USDA national office SNAP-Ed program. Her academic background is in public health nutrition, cultural anthropology, and economics.