October 26, 2016
How to Model Good Food Behavior for our Children
October 26, 2016
How to Model Good Food Behavior for our Children
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I want to share with y’all my latest Elephant Journal article!

I was so confused about what good food behavior looked like when Bella first started watching me eat food. Is it not eating sweets? Is it no eating standing up?

All these insecurities started to arise for me.

As the Universe tends to do, it delivered to my guidance in the form of a grant to work with an Eating Psychology Coach, Heather (who now own an amazing meal delivery service in Bozeman that. I highly recommend – Whole and Nourished).

Click below to learn more about my experience in working with Heather, and modeling good food behavior for Bella. It might not be what you think… 

 

The Importance of Modeling Good Food Behavior for Children

 

I have helped many a mama work though food challenges with themselves and their kiddos. Especially with my background as an Ayurvedic Women’s Health and Family Specialist. If you feel called for deeper support in this area of your life, be sure to get in touch and see how I can help!

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