“Sometimes just one ‘byte’ of information is all it takes to help a family take childhood nutrition on a new, positive direction.”
As a childhood nutrition blogger, I started my little childhood nutrition blog so that I could share my creative ideas (and vent my frustrations). My blog, Just the Right Byte, has turned into a well-respected resource amongst parents and professionals.
Just the Right Byte began in late 2009. More than seven years and hundreds of posts later, Just The Right Byte continues to be a resource for parents, nutrition and medical professionals and has evolved to include multiple education materials, The Kids Healthy Weight Project e-course, and The Nourished Child podcast, whereby parents can learn on their own, and at their own pace.
As a childhood nutrition blogger, my first goal is to keep readers informed about trending childhood nutrition topics and answer their burning questions. Secondly, I cover the real life challenges of feeding kids. As a working mom, I know firsthand how difficult it is to get meals on the table. You can count on a recipe or two along the way plus plenty of advice for making it all work. And, if you want print-ables, I’ve got a lot of them.
I review products, serve up meal ideas on The Dinner Bar, and investigate important topics, like obesity, eating disorders, picky eating, and growth issues. I keep advice evidence-based, simple and practical, giving readers just the right amount of information to be successful, not stuck and overwhelmed.
[Did I say I have a lot of FREE downloadable materials to help you nourish your child??!]
Hop on over and take a gander. “Subscribe” if you are inclined…I think you’ll like it!
Or, let your curiosity lead the way and “search” for nutrition information through my past posts. If you’re looking for something and you can’t find it, let me know. I’d love to hear from you!
I also publish a weekly newsletter where I share pediatric nutrition news, practical tips and feeding advice.
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