Using research-backed strategies that I love as a pediatric dietitian, and toddler-approved tricks I love as a picky eater mom. Broken down one tip, one food, one meal at a time.
Picky Wins is the roadmap to improve their eating, alongside the support from parents who are on the same journey. This way, you not only have the tools, you have a cheer squad, too!
How to break them away from their few favorites, and get them to actually eat at mealtime. Steal my hacks!
The no-bribe, no-stress tools to get them interested (and excited) about new foods! Even for kids who look into your soul and say, “NO” when you try offering them something new.
DO less, GET more wins. When you know exactly where to put your energy, you get more success with their eating! It’s kind of a miracle.
When you implement my proven system, you’ll see BIG results.
ANGELA M. SAYS…
NO, SERIOUSLY! TRY AND VISUALIZE…
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.
So, I tried it all. Everything that I was already coaching parents through, I did with my own kid. I used every tool I had: my education, nutrition knowledge, and my experience working with clients. And, you know what? It worked! Better than I even expected it to.
Now that we’re (mostly) on the other side of picky eating, all I want to do is help other moms who are tired of feeling guilty about what their little one eats. I took what I know as a Registered Dietitian Nutritionist and paired it with what I learned from my experience as a picky eater mom to create Picky Wins and end the mealtime battle of wills for good.
I can’t wait for you to see how different it feels when you have the tools you need to tackle picky eating. One food, one meal, one lesson at a time!
I PROMISE YOU’RE NOT “RUINING THEM,” BUT…
Move through the Picky Wins lessons at your own pace, or blaze through in half a day! Choose to watch or listen to the lessons, whichever works best for you.
As soon as you learn, you get to implement! And it’s okay if life gets in the way — you don’t need every meal to be perfect to see the wins you’re looking for.
I get it! There are 3 modules in the course, each is under 1 hour. There is no fluff – it is all actionable steps to get you moving forward asap. The difference between working through Picky Wins and scrolling through some tips on Instagram is that this is a specific, targeted approach where you will implement both big picture changes and small, daily changes that keep moving you forward. Plus if you’re the type who needs accountability, THIS is where you’ll get it.
You don’t have to pick just one or the other. You can do a feeding therapy evaluation to see what they say about your child, and maybe even do some sessions with them. They don’t have the nutrition background or experience to ensure your child gets a balanced diet. I don’t have the feeding mechanics background that a trained SLP or OT who specializes in feeding has. If you’re curious if your child should do a feeding therapy evaluation, take this quiz.
Yes! They can log into the membership platform as well. They are welcome to join the Facebook group, too!
No, you don’t need Facebook to access any of the course materials. You only need Facebook to access the parents group.
I proudly stand behind = Picky Wins. I’m sure your family will love it!
But if within 7 days, you aren’t 100% happy with Picky Wins, just send me an email and I’ll give you your money back. Simple as that!
While I can’t guarantee your child will eat 100 new foods tomorrow (or within a month), I can guarantee your satisfaction with the quality of the material, the templates, and the training inside Picky Wins.
Your toddler gags or flips out at the sight of a new or unliked food on their plate.
Simple Steps to Picky Wins is a simple, straightforward plan that gets your toddler eating new foods. Without requiring a ton of time, mental energy, or creativity on your part.
It will help you get back your sense of control at meal times, by serving just one meal (other than nuggets!) that everyone can tolerate without whining or melting down.
And, it’ll help you feel GOOD—about yourself, the food you serve, your role as parent and food-giver, and about the nutrition they’re getting each day.
If you’re ready to go BEYOND mac and cheese, you’re in the right place. I’d love for you to join us in Picky Wins!