My Two-Year-Old Eats Octopus
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A clever and amusing, yet thoughtful approach to introducing children to delicious healthy foods they can eat and enjoy their whole lives.
My Two-Year-Old Eats Octopus offers sound nutrition advice and draws on the research and experience of food and health professionals as well as renowned chefs.
The emphasis is on the influence of parents in those very early years and how vitally necessary it is to teach children about food in a way that will benefit their health and well-being throughout their lives.
“A whole new perspective on “how to get kids to eat” — teach them to enjoy the flavors and taste of their food!”
— Regina Ragone, MS, RD, Food Director, Family Circle magazine
“Raising a child who is willing to try — and eats — almost everything can make the job of parenting much less stressful. I would have loved the advice in this book when my own three fussy eaters were little.”
— Christine M. Palumbo, MBA, RD, columnist, Chicago Parent
“This is real-life conversation with a mom who shares great insights in the care and feeding of her children. Peppered with fun anecdotes and clever observations, it’s a must read for parents.”
— Heather McPherson, food editor, the Orlando Sentinel
“A very important book for our culture. (It) should be a parent’s food bible… it teaches you how to deal with all the outside influences.”
— Chef Michel Richard, Michel Richard Citronelle, Washington, D.C.
“A healthy relationship with food is learned from the way parents eat, cook and talk about food with their children. This book tells parents how to help their children lead a healthy life with a balanced, life-long understanding of how to eat.”
— Nathalie Dupree, PBS and The Food Network cooking show host, and cookbook author
|Author||Nancy Tringali Piho|
|Published On||Oct 31, 2009|
|Table of Contents||
Chapter 1 – “Mmmmm… Octopus!”
Chapter 2 – So What’s the Problem?
Chapter 3 – You Can’t Start Too Soon
Chapter 4 – “Into the Mouths of Babes”: First Foods
Chapter 5 – The Toddler Years: Time to Expand the Palate
Chapter 6 – The Preschooler: A Real Little Eater
Chapter 7 – When Problems Start
Chapter 8 – Chef’s Speak: Practicing What They Preach
Chapter 9 – Restaurant Dining
Chapter 10 – Cheers!