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
I was not going to write a post on foods to avoid in the first year with your baby. I thought there was so much information on the internet already, I did not need to repeat what everyone else was saying. But after several parents in a row reached out to me asking to...read more
When it comes to snacks for kids, it is so easy to get overwhelmed. Supermarket shelves are overflowing with options. Our lives are getting busier and busier. And kids seem to prefer snacks to any other meal we put on the table! I wrote this post to solve some of your...read more
Are you serving your baby the same meal the rest of the family is enjoying? Wonderful! But it is important to watch its salt content until your baby turns one. Too much can overload the developing kidneys. In fact, recent research confirmed that up to 70% of babies...read more
This blog post has been in the works for a while because I wanted to cast a large net to help as many of you as possible while staying specific enough to actually be helpful. Food refusal is one of the most frustrating things kids can do. If your toddler ever rejected...read more
If your child refuses breakfast, here are a few possible reasons why and the steps you can take to help your child eat breakfast.read more
Parenting picky eaters is tough. When kids do not eat a lot or eat is a less nutritious way, it triggers the deepest of our parenting instincts. You see, we are wired to make sure kids are nourished. These parenting instincts can sometimes trigger controlling feeding...read more