How to End the Fight Over Healthy Food with Sarah Bester

End the Food Battles

Curious about starting solids? Wondering how to help your little one become a great eater… or how to get a picky eater back on track? Sarah Bester, a family nutritionist and picky eating coach shared how to help your kids – and you – have a great relationship with great food!

Topics We Discuss in This Podcast:

  • Why it’s so important to help kids become healthy eaters now – while they’re kids!
  • How to help your little one learn to enjoy health foods
  • Getting your tot out of the chicken nugget rut
  • What you can do to keep your kids from becoming picky eaters
  • How to help your baby start solids the right way (plus how to relax and let everyone enjoy mealtimes)
  • What you can do if your baby is reluctant to try new tastes, textures, or certain types of foods
  • How real moms can balance a busy life with preparing varied, nutritious foods
  • What’s the real deal with hiding “healthy stuff” inside of other recipes
  • Sarah’s #1 tip for raising kids who have a healthy relationship with food

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End the Food Battles

About the author 


Kristen is a pregnancy coach, student midwife, and a mama to 8 - all born naturally! I've spent nearly two decades helping mamas have healthy babies, give birth naturally, and enjoy the adventure of motherhood. Does complete support for a sacred birth and beautiful beginning for your baby resonate with you? Contact me today to chat about how powerful guidance and coaching can transform your pregnancy, birth, and mothering journey <3

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