food battles

There is a Solution for a Picky Eater

Nonna Joann • December 29th, 2008 • Nonna's Nutrition News & Views

Baby Bites is a result of over 30 year’s journey with whole foods and nutrition. Multi-sensory learning for the picky eater (the Baby Bite Steps) was integrated into the equation for my grandson, Joshy about 4 years ago. Click on the following links from 2008 Baby Bite blogs to get the story:
A S.A.D. Diet
Baby Bites began thirty years ago. I was […]

No More Food Battles

Nonna Joann • May 27th, 2008 • Nonna's Nutrition News & Views

Did you know, that my grandson, Joshy, was the inspiration for my book, Baby Bites: Transforming a Picky Eater into a Healthy Eater? He regularly at only a few foods, while refusing to eat most foods. In fact, he wouldn’t even touch foods he’d predetermined to be “yucky.” He was such a picky eater that […]

Think Outside the Lunch Box

Nonna Joann • March 20th, 2008 • Nonna's Nutrition News & Views

Ten-year-old Annie is extremely social. Even though she’s not a picky eater, she rarely finishes her school lunch, because she’s chatting with her friends After her mom noticed food returning in her lunchbox, she warned Annie to stop talking so much during the lunch break and “to eat her lunch!” Food did stop coming home.Regrettably, after […]

Why Baby Bites™

Nonna Joann • January 24th, 2008 • Baby Bites in the News

Parents are routinely assured their child will consume enough variety in foods during the span of a week, giving him the nutritional balance needed. Unfortunately, this conventional advice no longer applies, because fake food has replaced whole food.

Up until now, bewildered parents of picky eaters were typically left to their own devices.
The advice from busy pediatricians […]