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A parent's guide to intuitive eating : how to raise kids who love to eat healthy

Cazorla-Lancaster, Yami2019
Breaking down intuitive eating in a way that's easy to understand and even easier to implement, this book shows you how to help your children develop a positive relationship with food. It offers a system that builds healthy habits and better mindsets that will last a lifetime. Through the techniques and tips in this book, you'll discover how to eliminate stress, anxiety and food battles and instead enjoy feeding your confident eater!
Berkeley, CA : Ulysses Press, 2019
233 pages : illustrations, tables ; 22 cm.
Includes bibliographical references (pages 215-218) and index.
Machine generated contents note: My Story -- pt. I HOW TO EAT -- ch. 1 Why We Should Care -- 1.Promote Health and Well-Being -- 2.Decrease Risk of Chronic Disease and Support Longevity -- 3.Foster Confidence -- ch. 2 Intuitive Eating: Your Child's Superpower -- ch. 3 Hunger and Satiety -- What Is Hunger? -- What Is Satiety? -- How Pleasure and Food Connect -- ch. 4 Body Acceptance -- Health at Every Size -- Feeding Practices vs. Intuitive Eating -- Growth Curves Explained -- Body Type Differences -- How to Foster a Healthy Body Image in Your Children -- What You Say Matters -- Media Exposure -- Body Image Over Time -- The Reality of Disordered Eating -- ch. 5 The Five Pillars of Healthy Eating -- 1.Honor Hunger and Satiety -- 2.Emphasize Whole Plant Foods -- 3.Establish a Positive Environment -- 4.Be Flexible -- 5.Relax and Have Fun! -- pt. II WHAT TO EAT -- ch. 6 Eating to Thrive -- Chronic Disease Prevention -- Is It Safe? -- Integrating a Plant-Centered Diet --Contents note continued: How Tastes Develop -- ch. 7 Nutrients of Concern -- Iron -- Calcium -- Supplements -- Multivitamins -- pt. III SETTING THE TABLE FOR HEALTHY EATING HABITS -- ch. 8 Lifestyle Habits That Support Intuitive Eating -- Sleep -- Stress -- Exercise -- ch. 9 Healthy Eating Habits -- A Word on Feeding Styles -- The Value of Your Time Investment -- Creating Structure -- pt. IV FEEDING YOUR CHILD THROUGH THE YEARS -- ch. 10 Pregnancy: Preparing Yourself and Your Baby for an Intuitive Eating journey -- Pregnancy Power Foods -- Morning Sickness -- Body Image during Pregnancy -- Key Points -- ch. 11 Early Infancy and Lactation: Newborn through 6 Months -- Development and Characteristics -- How to Feed Your Infant -- Fostering Intuitive Eating in Your Infant -- Special Considerations -- Key Points -- ch. 12 First Foods: 6 Months through 1 Year -- Transitioning to Solids -- Baby-Led Weaning -- Foods to Avoid -- Intuitive Eating Practices for Early Eaters -- Key Points --Contents note continued: ch. 13 The Toddler Years: i Year through 3 Years -- How to Feed Your Toddler -- Intuitive Eating for Toddlers -- Special Considerations -- Recipes for the Toddler Years -- Key Points -- ch. 14 Preschool and the Early School Years: 4 Years through 10 Years -- How to Feed Your School-Age Child -- Parties and Special Events -- Including Children in Meal Planning and Cooking -- Special Considerations -- Reality Check: Are You a Short-Order Cook? -- Recipes for Preschool and the Early School Years -- Key Points -- ch. 15 Tweens and Teens: 11 Years through 18 Years -- How to Feed Your Older Child -- Intuitive Eating for Tweens and Teens -- Special Considerations -- Young Athletes -- Recipes for Tweens and Teens -- Key Points -- ch. 16 Special Situations That Apply to All Ages -- Dessert -- Eating Out -- Road Trips and Vacations -- Grandparents and Other Family Members -- ch. 17 Common Concerns -- The "Picky Eater" -- Avoid Labeling --Contents note continued: Overeating, Emotional Eating, and Habitual Eating -- Relearning Intuitive Eating -- Conclusion: The Power of Patience and Persistence -- If at First, You Don't Succeed, Try and Try Again -- How You Can Learn More -- Appendix -- Appetite and Illness -- Chronic Constipation -- Attention Deficit and Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) -- When to Seek Professional Help -- Failure to Thrive -- Pervasive Developmental Disorders -- Eating and Feeding Disorders -- Resources -- Selected Bibliography.
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