(PRWEB) March 27, 2014
Child feeding expert Kristen Yarker is pleased to announce the launch of her Kitchen Conversations video series featuring “real families and real meals.” In the series, Yarker interviews real moms and dads to learn their recipes, tips for successful family meals and more. The videos feature casual conversations in the kitchen to showcase how real, relatable families of all shapes and sizes make meal time happen in their homes. Known as “the dietitian who transforms picky eaters into food-confident kids,” Yarker hopes to show the world that family meals are often a perfectly imperfect affair.
“I created Kitchen Conversations because many moms and dads have shared with me that they feel like failures in making perfect, June Cleaver style, Pinterest-worthy family meals happen for their families,” Yarker says. “Those family meals are a myth! A myth that I want to bust so that parents step out from under the weight of their guilt and enjoy eating together with their families.” With real stories and real people, Yarker hopes to show parents that meal time doesn’t have to be “perfect” to be healthy, fun and memorable.
The series is a new feature on the Vitamin K Nutrition Consulting website, where families can find expert advice and ideas to help children overcome their picky eating habits. After five years of helping parents in British Columbia, Yarker decided to expand her practice online, supporting parents anywhere who can benefit from her expertise. Yarker helps picky kids learn to try new foods, without the forceful techniques many adults experienced as children, negotiations or sneaky tricks.
For more information about Kitchen Conversations and Yarker’s tools to help families, visit her website, or Watch Kitchen Conversations online at http://www.vitaminkconsulting.com/kitchen-conversations/.
About Kristen Yarker
Kristen Yarker, MSc, Dietitian, is known as the dietitian who transforms picky eaters into food-confident kids. As a registered dietitian for ten years, Yarker has developed an approach to children’s nutrition that’s 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://vitaminkconsulting.com.