The Making of a Picky Eater – How We're Creating a Nation of Picky Eaters and What You Can Do About It

The Making of a Picky Eater
129 Pages
ISBN 978-0-9863603-0-5

Dramatically changing the way parents approach their picky eaters, The Making of a Picky Eater puts an end to mealtime battles, bribery and the stress surrounding feeding your kids! Instead, this book will show you how to raise kids who not only enjoy eating healthy, but who take responsibility for their own health. Learn why picky eating is dangerous, why what most professionals tell you is wrong, crazy recipes that kids will love and simple strategies and tips for raising kids who like vegetables. Don’t let another day go by without putting these simple strategies in place in your home.

Beth Robeson

About Beth Robeson (Cincinnati, Ohio Author)

Beth Robeson

With a Bachelors Degree in Motivational Psychology and a Masters degree in Sociology, Beth Robeson has spent the last 20 years researching and teaching mothers and families about eating healthy and positive parenting. She is an experienced public speaker and the author of 2 upcoming books, The Magic of Mothering and The Field Guide to Healthy Kids Fast! Raising two boys she’s been both a stay at home and a working mom and understands the challenges of both. She worked with picky eaters and appreciates the power of a sweet tooth and the power of a mother. She’s taught cooking classes for toddlers, baked pies with 5 little kids at the same time. And she’s passionate about creating strong mother child relationships. Most importantly, using her background in motivational psychology she has created a program that celebrates the mother child relationship and helps children take responsibility for their own health and wellbeing, a lesson they will carry with them to the day care center and throughout their lives.