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Helping Your Child Have A Healthy Relationship With Food: Part 3 With Dr. Katja Rowell


This is the last part of my interview with Dr. Katja Rowell, M.D., a feeding specialist and author of the must-read book Love Me, Feed Me: The Adoptive Parents’ Guide to Ending the Worry About Weight, Picky Eating, Power Struggles and More. (I highly recommend it for all parents!)

Below, Dr. Rowell reveals the practical and effective ways parents can help their children build a healthy relationship with food. Specifically, she follows Ellyn Satter’s evidence-based feeding models: The Trust Model and Division of Responsibility. I wish these models were standard practice in every pediatrician and dietitian’s office.

Dr. Rowell also discusses healthy eating and feeding in our earlier interviews on Weightless. Be sure to check out parts one, two and three.

Learn more about Dr. Rowell at her website, and read her fantastic blog. Also, check out these valuable additional resources from Dr. Rowell’s website.

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Helping Your Child Have A Healthy Relationship With Food: Part 3 With Dr. Katja Rowell

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  1. Great post, thank you for sharing this interview! A great way to get all parents thinking about healthy, happy feeding practices.

  2. As a parents this above post is truly informative for us. We always feeling anxiety about our kids. Every time we are thinking about their food habit. So your above article are more relief from this thought. Now it’s easy for me to provide healthy foods to my kids.Which is really get free from any kind of tensions about my kids.

 

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