1 hr 12 min

When Should I Worry About my Kid’s ‘Fussy’ Eating? w/ Dr. Katja Rowell Don't Salt My Game | With Laura Thomas, PhD

    • Nutrition

I’m SUPER excited about this week’s episode because I am speaking to the G.O.A.T of the child feeding world, Dr. Katja Rowell. Katja is an author and child feeding specialist with a passion for supporting parents in helping their children to do their best with eating and to relate to their bodies in positive ways. In this episode, we cover topics like;
The difference between regular old picky eating and look at some red flags for when kids or families maybe need a little more support with eating How if you feel like there’s a problem and you could do with support and reassurance then that in and of itself is enough of a red flag that you should reach out for help Whether or not it’s helpful to pursue a diagnosis around eating difficulties Problems associated with some more conventional feeding therapies or programmes and why Katja and I prefer to work in a way that is less prescriptive and more responsive Values of responsive feeding therapy and talk about what they look like in action Some of the pitfalls perhaps in teaching kids to listen to their tummies, if our agenda is to get kids to eat less. Felt safety, what that means and how we can foster it at mealtimes. Show Notes:
Follow Laura on Instagram | Twitter Follow Katja on Instagram Follow Don’t Salt My Game on Instagram Laura’s Website Katja’s Website Sign up for the Raising Intuitive Eaters Workshop  Book in for a complimentary 15-minute Discovery Call with Laura Check out Laura’s IG post on how to know if your kiddo needs support with their eating Buy an Intuitive Eating friendly guide to managing different health concerns Sign up for a Learn with LCIE Course Buy a copy of Just Eat It | How to Just Eat It  Check out the White Paper on the values of Responsive Feeding Get a copy of Helping Your Child with Extreme Picky Eating book Get a copy of  Love Me, Feed Me book Check out the Saved By The Bell Hooks Instagram account Click here for help in choosing the right support Edited by Joeli Kelly

I’m SUPER excited about this week’s episode because I am speaking to the G.O.A.T of the child feeding world, Dr. Katja Rowell. Katja is an author and child feeding specialist with a passion for supporting parents in helping their children to do their best with eating and to relate to their bodies in positive ways. In this episode, we cover topics like;
The difference between regular old picky eating and look at some red flags for when kids or families maybe need a little more support with eating How if you feel like there’s a problem and you could do with support and reassurance then that in and of itself is enough of a red flag that you should reach out for help Whether or not it’s helpful to pursue a diagnosis around eating difficulties Problems associated with some more conventional feeding therapies or programmes and why Katja and I prefer to work in a way that is less prescriptive and more responsive Values of responsive feeding therapy and talk about what they look like in action Some of the pitfalls perhaps in teaching kids to listen to their tummies, if our agenda is to get kids to eat less. Felt safety, what that means and how we can foster it at mealtimes. Show Notes:
Follow Laura on Instagram | Twitter Follow Katja on Instagram Follow Don’t Salt My Game on Instagram Laura’s Website Katja’s Website Sign up for the Raising Intuitive Eaters Workshop  Book in for a complimentary 15-minute Discovery Call with Laura Check out Laura’s IG post on how to know if your kiddo needs support with their eating Buy an Intuitive Eating friendly guide to managing different health concerns Sign up for a Learn with LCIE Course Buy a copy of Just Eat It | How to Just Eat It  Check out the White Paper on the values of Responsive Feeding Get a copy of Helping Your Child with Extreme Picky Eating book Get a copy of  Love Me, Feed Me book Check out the Saved By The Bell Hooks Instagram account Click here for help in choosing the right support Edited by Joeli Kelly

1 hr 12 min