Feeding Sense

Feeding Sense

Feeding Sense

Uncertain of what to eat in pregnancy or while breast-feeding? Challenges with breast- or bottlefeeding? Or just looking for practical guidelines on introducing solids? Whether you have a fussy eater or an allergic baby, Feeding sense, now fully updated with the latest research, recipes and meal plan suggestions, prepares you for the road ahead and guides you through all your baby's feeding milestones.

Feeding with Love and Good Sense

Feeding with Love and Good Sense

Feeding with Love and Good Sense

Raise a healthy child who is a joy to feed. Ellyn Satter, leading authority on child nutrition and feeding, tells you how. Focus on rewarding family meals and nurturing your child's positive feelings about eating, not on what or how much s/he eats. Your child will grow well and learn to eat almost everything you eat. This beautiful and engaging booklet helps you recognize and understand stages in development, trust and enjoy your child, and parent in the best way. Tells what to do in words and pictures, and shows why to do it with lots of feeding stories from other parents.

Feeding with Love and Good Sense 18 Months through 6 Years

Feeding with Love and Good Sense 18 Months through 6 Years

Feeding with Love and Good Sense 18 Months through 6 Years

Feeding with Love and Good Sense: 18 months through 6 years “I can’t believe it is so simple,” says a parent who adopted Satter’s methods instead of putting her toddler on a diet. “The very day, the very first meal that I followed your advice, everything was better,” says another. Ellyn Satter has helped countless parents through the toddler and preschool phases in feeding with her best-selling books, videos, presentations, media events, and website publications. Feeding Your Toddler and Preschooler is the second of the Feeding with Love and Good Sense booklet series written by Ellyn Satter, Registered Dietitian, Family Therapist, and internationally recognized authority on child nutrition and feeding. In this remarkable book, Satter shows parents how to give themselves a break, head off feeding problems before they start, and raise healthy children who are a joy to feed. One in three children has feeding problems: s/he is a seriously picky eater, grows too fast or too slowly, has poor mealtime behavior, doesn’t eat fruits and vegetables or drink milk, or has special needs with feeding. Studies show that almost all parents pressure, reward, threaten, and bribe their children to eat. Many parents run themselves ragged to get food into their children, preparing special foods or separate meals or letting their children drink special formulas or eat junk food. There is a better and far simpler way. For decades, parents have found that feeding is simple and rewarding when they follow Satter’s Division of Responsibility. In the Feeding with Love and Good Sense booklet series, Satter shows parents in words, pictures, and feeding stories how to do their jobs with feeding and let their children do their jobs with eating.

Feeding Yourself with Love and Good Sense

Feeding Yourself with Love and Good Sense

Feeding Yourself with Love and Good Sense

This booklet helps you master a kinder, gentler way of eating. It does for you what my colleagues, trainees, and I have often done in our respective practices with people who struggle with eating: help you become eating competent. Being a competent eater is feeling good about eating and doing a fine job with it-being relaxed and confident about taking good care of yourself with food. Throughout this booklet, I am careful to give you permission to eat as much as you want of food you enjoy. My Ellyn Satter Institute (ESI) colleagues, who are expert with eating competence and with helping with eating, contributed content and reviewed this manuscript again and again. Throughout, our emphasis is to give you strong permission to eat. At the same time, we carefully what we wrote to get rid of critical words and phrases-those that decode as "don't eat so much; don't eat what you enjoy."

Child of Mine

Child of Mine

Child of Mine

This completely revised edition offers helpful, accessible advice to parents on feeding their children, from pre-natals to preteens, with a special section covering specific problems. Illustrations. Charts and tables.

Weaning Sense

Weaning Sense

Weaning Sense

Weaning Sense demystifies the weaning world helping you grow healthy tummies and happy babies (and mums) in no time! Packed full of delicious recipes, this book will help you feel less stressed and more informed when it comes to introducing your baby to solid food. Offering a weaning solution from expert authors based on your baby's sensory personality, this book helps you learn how to tap into your baby's cues on weaning and, using current research, gives you an easy-to-use, real food solution. As every baby is an individual, this book teaches you how to be mindful of your own baby's needs and advocates a collaborative baby-parent approach to help you know when is the best time to start weaning and what is the best technique to introduce them to solids. Chapters include: 1. COLLAB weaning 2. Cues 3. Own person 4. Led by science 5. Age appropriate 6. Baby friendly 7. How to guide 8. Ready stage, 4–6 months 9. Steady stage, 6–10 months 10. Go! stage, 10 months – toddler 11. Recipes