Nutritionist Kristen Yarker Offers Parents a Fresh Approach to Prevent Picky Eaters in New Online Seminar

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Kristen Yarker, a well-established expert on childhood nutrition, has launched a new online seminar to teach parents how to prevent kids ages 9 months to 2 years from becoming picky eaters. The seminar also provides insight on children’s nutritional needs as they transition from baby to toddler.

Kristen Yarker, MSc, RD

It’s fantastic to see so many proactive Moms and Dads who want to stop picky eating before kids get really stuck in their ways. Trust me, it’s much easier to establish good habits in the first place, rather than needing to break bad habits later on.

Kristen Yarker, MSc, RD recently announced the launch of a new service for the parents of children 9 months to 2 years old who are seeking to provide their children with nutritious foods and furthermore, prevent picky eaters from developing by encouraging healthy eating habits from the get-go.

“Prevent Picky Eating (9 months to 2 years): How to Transition From Baby Food to Big Kid Food (While Making Sure Your Child Is Getting the Nutrition They Need)” is a new online seminar based on Yarker’s popular workshop, which she has been providing to parents in British Columbia since 2008. Yarker launched the new online version of the seminar today, in the hopes of preventing another generation of picky eaters from developing.

Yarker shared, “Two of the most common topics that moms and dads ask me about are how to transition their children from breastfeeding or formula to solid foods, and how to prevent picky eating. I created this online seminar because I wanted more families to experience the success that I’ve helped local families achieve.”

In her 6 years of working with parents, Yarker has found that many parents are not sure how often they are supposed to feed their children in order to meet their nutritional needs, whether the child is still breastfeeding or using formula, or has evolved into eating solid foods. Mothers of toddlers who are returning to work often contact Yarker seeking advice on how to balance breastfeeding and solid foods during the hours that they’ll be away at the office.

When Yarker first launched her online services for the parents of fussy 2 to 5 year olds, she ended up receiving many calls from parents with children ages 12 months to 2 years old who were already seeing their child exhibit picky eating behavior and wanted help. Yarker adds, “It’s fantastic to see so many proactive Moms and Dads who want to stop picky eating before kids get really stuck in their ways. Trust me, it’s much easier to establish good habits in the first place, rather than needing to break bad habits later on.”

Yarker’s “Prevent Picky Eating (9 months to 2 years)” e-seminar is now available on her website at http://www.products.kristenyarker.com/9mo-2yr-prevent-picky-eating. In addition to online seminars, Kristen offers e-books, recipes, and additional resources for teaching parents how to help their kids develop food-friendly habits. To learn more about Kristen Yarker or find more child feeding tips and learning materials, please visit her website at KristenYarker.com.

About Kristen Yarker, MSc, Dietitian:
Child-feeding expert Kristen Yarker, MSc, Dietitian, has been helping Moms and Dads to support their picky eaters to try new foods since 2008. Yarker’s approach to children’s nutrition is honest, practical, loving and evidence-based. As a dietitian with the British Columbia Ministry of Health, Yarker developed numerous province-wide nutritional resources, including the Healthy Eating chapter in Toddlers First Steps. After helping friends overcome their children’s picky eating habits, in 2008, Yarker decided to open her own business to support even more families. Yarker now offers workshops online, an e-book, blog and additional resources to help families worldwide. For more information, visit http://www.KristenYarker.com.

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