Fearless Feeding: How to Raise Healthy Eaters From High Chair to High School

By | July 4, 2019

Newly Revised and Updated!

From deciding when to introduce solids to helping vegetarian teens make healthy choices, parents confront many issues when trying to get their children to eat healthy meals. This comprehensive book by Jill Castle and Maryann Jacobsen ― both pediatric and family nutrition experts ― explains how eating relates to a child’s overall development, how to make balanced food choices (and help children make them too), and how to end feeding struggles forever.

Castle and Jacobsen outline an inclusive approach to healthy feeding centered around the three Fearless Feeding Fundamentals: WHAT, HOW, and WHY. This newly updated and revised edition of Fearless Feeding explores feeding children at every stage of development in order to maximize health and growth and prevent unhealthy attitudes about food later in life.

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2 Comments

Anonymous on 07/04/2019 at 15:55.

The Best Book on Feeding Children (and I’ve read many) Fearless Feeding is truly valuable resource for anyone who is responsible for feeding children. The book is loaded with proven strategies for raising healthy eaters, based in nutrition science and in child development. The childhood development piece is especially helpful because it helps parents know what’s “normal” and what isn’t. My major takeaway was the importance of modeling the eating behaviors you wish to see in your child(ren). The book helps adults understand where their own…

Anonymous on 07/04/2019 at 16:06.

The best child feeding and nutrition book around Fearless feeding is the best book on child feeding and nutrition out there (and I have a lot of books!) I use this book regularly in my own pediatric nutrition practice as a reference and also recommend to any client, friend or family member that asks me about my favorite resource. This book covers the whole age spectrum but also links the nutrition AND feeding component together, which is critical for children. I recommend this book to any parent that wants to raise healthy children, but also…

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