Nutrition for kids

nutrition for kids

Is trying to feed your kids healthy food leaving you feeling defeated?

Are you confused about what to feed your growing toddler? Are you worried your child or adolescent isn’t making healthy decisions about what to eat? Are you lost and confused about how to manage a healthy meal around you & your family’s busy schedule?

Helping kids make nutritious choices

Why does it feel like feeding our kids gets so complicated once they start eating solid foods? As parents and caregivers, we agonize over whether they’re getting enough vitamins and nutrients while we try to protect them from over indulging on desserts and sweets.

Even when we know we want to feed our family healthy meals, it can be difficult to find time to put together a meal (and clean it up). The food industry offers so many shortcuts that are often packaged with preservatives and other ingredients that stray far from the natural foods our kids’ growing bodies need.

When kids don’t get enough nutrition, or over indulge in packaged foods, they can exhibit:

Change begins with learning

When kids learn how what they eat and drink affects their bodies, they can begin to make better choices about their meals. Nutritious habits mature when choices are presented in a palatable and approachable way. 

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It can be tough to get kids to eat healthy — especially when you’re trying to come up with quick and convenient lunches and snacks for them to take to school. But with a few key guidelines, it is possible to get your kids excited about creating and eating healthy — and delicious — meals!

Our Nutrition Service for Kids incorporates learning in a way kids can understand and provides tips that parents and caregivers can use

personal interaction

Personal Interaction

We meet directly with your child at his/her level from the first meeting. Meeting schedules and written materials are geared to support your child as well as parents and caregivers.

interactive learning

Interactive Learning

We interact in a way that helps your child learn about the effects of sugar and harmful chemicals on mood, concentration and energy, and we put together changes you can all support.

mealtime habits

Mealtime Habits

We help your family establish healthy mealtime habits that allow your child to be an active participant, and provide recommendations designed to complement your lifestyle.


Digestive Support

We focus on optimal digestion so that nutrients from food support your child’s development. The health of the digestive tract is also an important connection for skin conditions.


Food Allergy Testing

We offer specialized testing for food allergies and intolerances. These tests are often helpful in place of lengthy food elimination programs that are difficult for children and parents to manage.


Meals and Recipes

We like to encourage kids to try new things, and have recipes and suggestions for meals that are tried and tested by the pickiest of eaters.

Nutrition therapy is not intended as a diagnosis, treatment, prescription, or cure for any disease, or as a substitute for medical care. Jen Marshall and Stacy St Germain are not licensed medical providers. Nutrition plans are not intended as a substitution for traditional medical care, nor should be interpreted as medical advice, but instead is an adjunctive and supportive therapy.

Contact us for a free 20-minute consultation to learn how we can support your child’s nutrition.