Hi, I am so glad to see you here…
I am Natalia Stasenko, a registered dietitian and a child nutritionist.
I help empower parents all over the world to raise happy and thriving children who enjoy a variety of nutritious food.
Whether you are here because you need ideas on what to feed your baby, help with your picky eater or simple family meal recipes, I got you covered.
Together, we can make feeding our families stress-free and intuitive and raise a generation of kids who feel great about food and eating.
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Feeding a baby
Help with a picky eater
NEW ON THE BLOG
This ginger soy sauce salmon recipe is a game changer when it comes to kids who hate fish or adults who are bored of the old plain roasted version. It is packed with so much flavor and smells so amazing, very few people I know ever said "no" to it. And most of them...read more
When it comes to meals and snacks, I am a big proponent of structure and planning in advance. Kids need to eat regularly because their stomachs are small and they need a lot of nutrition. But they need to rely on us, adults, to create the schedule that allows them to...read more
I might have bragged on Facebook recently about how awesome my salads were and some of you asked me why I have not posted any salad recipes for quite a while. Oops 🙂 So to remedy the situation, I am over the moon to share with you my absolute favorite quinoa salad...read more
You know what is the best part of having a food and nutrition blog? You can store your favorite recipes in a place where you can always find them! And I am very excited about this new addition to my collection. These delicious low sugar high fiber muffins were a...read more
We need more breakfast ideas for babies! Hands down it is the most frequent recipe request I get from you. There is no shortage of baby friendly muffin recipes on the internet, so I thought I would instead focus on simpler options that can be...read more
It is not my first post about screens at mealtimes but as I am rereading my older article I feel that I need to dive deeper into the "why" behind using screens. Today I would like to invite you to explore the motives behind this common feeding strategy. In a...read more