"The biggest change for me was to understand the entire eating experience through my child's eyes"
Diana, Realtor and mom of two and long-time Nutrichicos client
As your baby is transitioning into the toddler years a lot of changes are happening that may leave you feeling frustrated, anxious and with lots of doubts about feeding your toddler. You want to provide them with the best nutrition and create healthy habits from the start but you have questions on how to do it.
So many questions and information about kids' nutrition, that it’s difficult to know who or what to trust.
Disclaimer: This course is for educational purposes only and is not meant to replace medical advice. Please consult with your healthcare provider for addressing your unique needs.
As a mom and pediatric dietitian with more than 13+ years of experience, I get it!
6 Modules including 12 short video lessons you can watch at your own pace!
I created this course to provide you with straightforward and practical advice backed by scientific research. It's designed to be put into action easily. By the end of the mini-course, you'll have a blueprint to ensure your toddler gets optimal nutrition and develops a healthy relationship with food. I'll also address common questions and myths about children's nutrition, offering you the guidance you need.Get the Free Course
I’m guessing you’re here because you are struggling with your toddler's nutrition or simply have questions about providing the best nutrition possible from a young age. Besides being a pediatric registered dietitian for over 13 years, I’m a Mexican-American, busy mom, and entrepreneur of two girls. As a Latina pediatric dietitian, my goal is to teach families to enjoy their favorite cultural foods without guilt and help parents raise healthy eaters with a healthy relationship with all types of food. Healthy eating is not an all-or-nothing approach. I help families transform their kids' nutrition by teaching them how to create balanced and positive meals, move away from moralizing food as good or bad, and be able to enjoy foods in a positive, balanced way.Get the Free Course