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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NEW ON THE BLOG
My visits to grocery stores and pharmacies always are never complete without a peek at the shelves with supplements, especially those created for children. I also spend quite some time online searching for the best options for my clients and parents form my...read more
How to help children develop a healthy relationship with food and their bodies through food play. An interview with a pediatric dietitian.read more
When my kids were younger, they used to report back to me after each bowel movement. I am not going to share all the descriptive details we went into, but you get the idea: this topic has always been fairly important in our household. Dietitians love to talk poop! But...read more
Do you know which nutrient can lower the risk of common cold and also, potentially, of heart disease, diabetes, cancer, and tuberculosis? No, it’s not vitamin C or any other antioxidant you had in mind. Hint N1: it is the ONLY supplement I universally recommend to all...read more
Are you confused by all the BLW vs traditional spoon-based approach discussions in parenting communities online? You are definitely not alone. In my previous articles, I discussed the potential benefits of BLW, popular myths surrounding this approach and the most...read more
Do you wonder why your child is so selective in her eating? While there is never a simple answer to this question, we know that feeding problems typically arise from a whole bouquet of reasons. These reasons include, among others, sensory challenges, oral motor...read more