Creating habits that shape nutrition for life.

Nutrition from 0-3 years

From newborn breast or bottle feeding to the picky eating habits of toddlers, no two young children have the same relationship with food. One thing is certain—the first three years are a crucial period for all children—and their diet is one of the most important pieces to the developmental puzzle.

We’ve worked with children and families of all backgrounds and enjoy partnering with you to overcome nutrition obstacles and help form invaluable healthy eating habits for young children.

Common nutrition concerns for children ages 0-3:

  • Growth or weight gain concerns
  • Young children and picky eating
  • Transitioning to solids
  • Breast or bottle feeding difficulties
  • Food allergies/intolerances
  • Special needs infants and toddlers
  • Diabetes

Nutrition from 3-12 years

Developing kids, developing appetites.

Just like us, kids come in all shapes and sizes. Tall, short, perpetually hungry or always picky—no two are alike! For kids three to twelve, one thing is certain—their brains and bodies are changing at lightening speed.

As your child grows into his or her own skin, it’s important to understand the nutritional needs of the developing mind and body. We’re here to help guide you through this transformative period in your child’s life.

Common nutrition concerns for children ages 0-3:

  • Excessive weight gain OR abnormal weight loss
  • Self restricting food intake
  • Food “obsessions”
  • Nutrition for sports
  • Eating and special needs kids
  • Food allergies/intolerances
  • Diabetes
  • Eating habits for all kinds of families

Nutrition from 12-18 years

Independent, healthy relationships with food.
Perhaps you are the parent of a voracious teenage eater who empties your cabinets after every sports practice. You may be the worried parent of a young girl who has recently begun to count calories. With all of the physical and emotional changes happening during this time, adolescent nutrition can be uncharted territory for parents and caregivers.

Our children are growing up in a world cluttered with mixed signals about food. We work with adolescents and their families on nurturing a healthy, sensible approach to eating.

Common nutrition concerns for children ages 12-18:

  • Binge eating, anorexia, and bulimia
  • Diets and children/teenagers
  • Sports nutrition
  • Concerns about weight loss or gain
  • Obesity
  • Special needs teens and nutrition
  • Diabetes