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Give Peas a Chance
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Contents Dedication Foreword Introduction Chapter One: The "Picky" Eater Chapter Two: Moving Beyond the Jar Chapter Three: Nutrition Chapter Four: Milk, Juice, and More Chapter Five: How Much Is Enough? Chapter Six: Putting It All Together Chapter Seven: Your Toddler's Digestive Health Chapter Eight: The Family Table Resources Acknowledgments About the Author

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"There are very few things that cause more anxiety for parents than their child's diet. Is my child eating health promoting foods? Is his weight gain adequate? Is her weight gain too much? Why does he gag whenever he gets a new food? In "Give Peas a Chance" Kate Samela provides an easy-to-understand, scientifically valid approach to feeding picky toddlers. Parents will now have a ready guide to the nutritional care of this challenging group, and can enjoy their child's culinary development rather than go crazy in the process." - Jeffrey S. Hyams, MD, Head of Digestive Diseases at Connecticut Children's Medical Center and Professor of Pediatrics at University of Connecticut School of Medicine
"As a Pediatric Occupational Therapist, I welcome this book. As a mother of two young girls, including a picky eater, I appreciate this book. As a former colleague, I celebrate this book. Kate is a gifted clinician who brings a wealth of knowledge on nutrition, growth and development and parenting support with humor and insight. She does so in a way we can all access, no matter what our role. Please pass the peas! " - Tracy S. Brundage, MOT, OTR/L, IBCLC, CIIM
"My children are past the toddler stage but boy oh boy, where was Kate back then? Kate Samela shows parents of toddlers, there's no need to press the nutritional panic button. Give Peas a Chance gives sound advice for everyday eating dilemmas: what to do when someone provides donut holes, why you shouldn't label your child a picky eater and the top 10 foods your toddler should be exposed to. As an R.D. I look forward to sharing this resource with parents of the toddler set. Even if your children are older, these are great reminders. One part parenting guide coupled with expert nutrition credentials really works." - Lauren Slayton, MS, RD and Founder of Food Trainers in NYC
"Pediatric nutritionist Kate Samela offers tips and secrets for fostering a healthy food relationship with their toddler, and keeping things running smoothly at the dinner table." - Pittsburgh Tribune-Review
"Gives practical advice on dealing with picky eaters ... If you're a toddler parent, I highly recommend reading Kate's book. " - Baby Gators Den
"Mealtimes with little kids don't have to be so crazy ... I wish I'd had this great resource when my kids were toddlers." - Parents
"Every stage of development in children leads to different challenges, and in toddlers, eating can be one of the greatest difficulties. This book offers practical advice and ideas for feeding toddlers healthy meals that they'll love to eat." - MetroFamily Magazine
""The book contains a wealth of information, including what foods can provide your child with the needed nutrients, how much is really enough, and what you can do to make mealtime smoother.... Give Peas a Chance helped change my perception of my little guy's eating habits." Momma's Gone Over the Wall" - Momma's Gone Over the Wall
"Will likely be eye-opening and perhaps a simple cure for your 'picky eater'" - First Step Nutrition
"Informative and honestly, quite comforting, for a parent of a picky toddler. Good, scientific reasons as to why your child is picky, and reasons you shouldn't be so upset about it." - This Flourishing Life
"Definitely a must read if you need help with mealtimes in your family." - Jamerican Spice

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