Every time you try to give them a new food, they say NO or push their plate away. They insist they don’t like it, even if you know they never tried it. Or they actually used to eat it as a baby, but now they refuse.
You’ve tried forcing them, but realized that it doesn’t get them to actually like a new food, so it doesn’t really work.
You are stuck giving them goldfish and milk because you just want them to eat…but it drives you crazy that there are SO FEW things that they will eat!
If any of this sounds like a dream, I want you to know that it’s 100% possible for you. And I know that, because I’ve been exactly where you are now and have created a proven system to help you ditch the struggles that picky eating brings to every single mealtime.
Your toddler gags or flips out at the sight of a new or unliked food on their plate
When you introduce new foods, mealtimes stay calm and meltdown-free
You’re stuck with them eating the same few foods, and maybe even stuck on ONE brand of each food
They become more adaptable and accepting of different brands, foods, and flavors
No one is happy unless dinner is nuggets, pizza, or pasta
You CAN make the foods you like, just one meal for everyone, and have everyone be happy
Uncover the step-by-step approach to get your picky eater trying new foods, so you can make just one meal that causes zero meltdowns.
The One Meal Challenge is a 15-lesson interactive workbook that teaches you how to reverse picky eating, get your little one to happily explore new foods, and even prevent young toddlers from getting majorly picky.
As a mom of a previously extremely picky eater, I know that a lot of the tips you’ll find just DON’T work. Like, “if they like french fries, try carrot sticks!” The One Meal Challenge is NOT that. It enables you to meet your child exactly where they are in their picky eating journey, and move them forward (even if they currently won’t even look at a vegetable.)
By the end of the program, you’ll…
No more struggling. No more worrying. No more wasting time.
This module helps you determine your unique starting point and what changes need to happen so you can successfully begin to introduce new foods.
In module one, you’re going to learn:
Here you’ll uncover my specific, step-by-step techniques to get you the most success with them exploring and accepting new foods.
In module two, you’re going to learn:
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In module three, you’re going to learn:
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Even if they only like crackers and pouches, or pizza and nuggets, there are healthier swaps you can make for them! This guide has all my favorites.
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But I very proudly stand behind my programs and products. Hundreds of students have been through the One Meal Challenge and implemented my strategies (and have been happy with their purchase!).
That’s why I’m offering a 7-day money-back guarantee. While I can’t guarantee that your child will eat 100 new foods tomorrow, I can guarantee your satisfaction with the quality of the material, templates and training inside of the One Meal Challenge.
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I’m a pediatric Registered Dietitian Nutritionist, mom of two, and eternal realist.
And most importantly, a mom to a previously extremely picky eater. Teddy was my “garbage disposal” baby — he ate everything. I was feeling good.
But everything changed when he turned 2. He started turning his nose up at all the foods he used to love. I felt so frustrated and disappointed, watching the number of foods he liked go down and down.
After my daughter starting eating solids, it was SO in my face — it felt like she ate everything, and he ate nothing.
So, I tried it all. Everything that I was already coaching parents through, I got to do with my own kid.
Thanks to my education, knowledge, and experience working with clients, PLUS having to go through it all in my own house, I knew I just HAD to create a program that made it all simple and totally do-able for busy moms, who are tired of feeling guilty about what their little one eats.
If any of these sounds like you, keep reading, because you’re exactly where you need to be.
Ages 1 through 6 is who I designed this program specifically for, but I have had families participate with a child who is older than 6 and still really benefit from it. If you’re worried about your 1 year old being too young, don’t be! So many parents reach out to me wishing they started addressing picky eating sooner. You are in a great place to make strides and establish good habits.
While getting away from the mac and cheese demands and catering to picky eaters is a big part of this program, you will also be acquiring new skills and techniques to get them to try new foods, too. Do not write it off since you already are making one meal. If you’re experiencing any frustration with picky eating and stressful mealtimes, you will get a lot out of this program!
You will be able to get great results and follow along with everything even if you have other children who are not picky eaters. If they are older, you may want to discuss with them that you’re trying some new things to help their brother or sister to learn about new foods, so they understand what is going on.
If you have more than one picky child, you can easily do all the activities and exercises for all children needed.
No, this is not a meal plan, but you will learn exactly how to easily meal plan for your family, without having to completely cater to your picky eater or make them a totally separate meal.