051: Tips for picky eaters and helping kids cultivate a healthy relationship with food

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Podcast episode with Kacie Barnes from Mama Knows Nutrition

Download a full transcript of the episode here.

In today’s episode, I’m chatting with Kacie Barnes, MCN, RDN, LD all about tips for picky eaters, teaching kids to cultivate a healthy relationship with food, and our current strategy for survival mode during this current time.

We talk about:

– Why all foods have a place in a kid’s diet

– Which supplements she recommends

– Her favorite quick pantry dinner

– How we’re navigating the whole “homeschool and work at home” situation

and so.much.more.

Here’s a little bit about Kacie if you haven’t *met* her yet:

Kacie Barnes is a Registered Dietitian Nutritionist with a Master of Clinical Nutrition from UT Southwestern. She helps moms feed their babies and young kids without stress or guilt through her blog, public speaking, and individual counseling. Kacie grew up in New Jersey, and has been in Dallas for the past 5 years with her husband Ben. They have two children, ages 5 and 2.

You can download her Dinnertime Survival Guide here and here’s the pumpkin pasta recipe she shares!

Connect with Kacie on her website or on Instagram here.

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