Realistic and research-based advice for you and your picky eater.

I’m Kim Slack, RD and I help parents learn how to create happy meal times and support their picky eater without pressure or stress.

Kim Slack, RD

I believe with the right support, YOU CAN:

  • maximize your child’s nutrition
  • support your child in trying new foods
  • promote a positive relationship with food for your child
  • feel calm and confident about feeding your child

YOU are the person feeding your child every single day.  You know their personality and their preferences.  That makes you the PERFECT person to help.  You just need reliable, realistic and research-based tools to guide you on the journey of making some changes.  Well, you’ve come to the right place!

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Free Course

Is this you?

You don’t even know how you ended up having a picky eater!  You did baby-led weaning like everyone said you were supposed to.  You’ve tried all the tricks that family and friends say got them through a picky phase with their child.  You thought this was going to be a phase with your child too, but you were wrong.  Looking back you aren’t sure how it happened, but now your child eats only a handful of foods and feeding them is stressful.  You’re ready to start to learn more.

Get started with the FREE Causes of Picky Eating mini course to learn how kids end up being picky eaters.

Membership

Is this you?

You are ready to stop picky eating in its tracks!  You are hearing about different strategies like “starve it out,” bribing, and requiring bites, but these are making mealtimes miserable.  You are tired of the standoffs, crying and stress of mealtimes and are ready to make changes before things get worse!  You want to stress less, feel more confident, and help your child learn to like  variety. 

Get started with the Mastering Mealtimes Membership, a library of realistic and research-based lessons and resources created by a registered dietitian.

Parent Coaching

Is this you?

You have been dealing with picky eating for a while now and are totally overwhelmed and burnt out!  You’ve tried to implement strategies on your own, but they just don’t seem to be working and picky eating is interfering with so many areas of life! You need the step-by-step guidance that only one-on-one support can provide.  You are ready to get your specific struggles addressed and feel confident about handling the challenges in your home. 

It’s time to invest in personalized support from a professional and fellow mom of a picky eater that gets it and has solutions.

Kim Slack, RD

Why work with Kim?

Information on feeding kids is abundant!  Problem is, it’s overwhelming, difficult to piece together for your scenario, and even when you implement changes, self-doubt and mom guilt are plentiful!

There’s no surer way to get results and calm your nerves than to work with a professional.  Not only am I a registered dietitian that specializes in working with parents and their picky kids, but I’m also a mom of a picky eater myself.  I know what it’s like to be in the trenches, and I know what’s realistic to implement as a busy parent.   

I also know that you have what it takes to make changes.  YOU are the biggest influence on your child and have such positive power to make a difference!

When we work together, you can have:

  • Peaceful mealtimes filled with conversation that isn’t about food!
  • A well-nourished child that has a positive relationship with food!
  • A child that has an open mind about learning to like new food!

Schedule a complimentary call today to tell me about what’s going on in your home and discuss the best program for you, because there will never be a “right” or “better” time than right now.  I can’t wait to meet you.

“Kim’s program is well-organized, focuses on empowering parents with positivity, and includes science and experience.”

Monica M.

Helping picky eaters starts with EXPOSURE!

Get the snack rotation to start serving a larger variety of foods to your child, because small changes add up to big results.

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