The Rashi School will host a special evening with Stephanie Meyers, a well-known registered dietitian, nutritionist and author. Stephanie’s highly anticipated new book, “End the Mealtime Meltdown,” will be published in spring 2022. Stephanie will discuss six key parenting practices for raising healthy eaters.
Aptly titled “Families Eating Well,” the virtual event will focus on developing healthy eating skills. According to Meyers, these skills are one of the most important things parents can teach their children. The day-to-day challenges of feeding a family can feel overwhelming, while the pandemic has made eating well even more difficult for adults and children alike due to factors such as altered schedules, anxiety and time crunches.
Meyers will offer simple strategies to help kids eat well and improve mealtime dynamics in the home. Interactive discussions will include ways to engage kids with new foods, handle food rejection and implement behavior-based plans for feeling less “fed up” at the family table.
Parents, guardians and caretakers are invited to attend this Zoom-based program featuring practical guidance to nurture a lifetime of healthy eating. There will be a Q&A session at the end.
Stephanie Meyers is a registered dietitian and nutritionist with 25 years of experience as an instructor, author and compassionate nutrition counselor. She is the parent of two daughters, grades 3 and 7, at The Rashi School, and believes strongly in a “whole child” approach to education that emphasizes social-emotional, mental and physical health. In addition to training parents to be their kids’ best eating coaches, Stephanie is the nutrition coordinator at the Zakim Center for Integrative Therapies and Healthy Living at Dana-Farber Institute and a former instructor for 14 years in the graduate nutrition program at Boston University.+ More... - Less...
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