How to get children to eat their greens....

Wednesday, June 26, 2013

.... (and yellows and reds and oranges)


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  • SKATER787
    Sandra, for Spark's pages, you can post any pictures you want as they are for entertainment purpose. But if you're going to do a blog as a nutritionist, it's a different story. I think that there are people out there who try to find faults with nutritionists or otherwise. It's just human nature. That's the only reason I said something. You're very talented and I think you'll do well. Keep up the good work.
    1547 days ago
    Awesome, thanks.
    1551 days ago
    Thanks for sharing.
    1551 days ago
    Excellent blog - I love that you're starting your own blog on nutrition. Wishing you a lot of success with it. emoticon emoticon emoticon emoticon
    1551 days ago
  • SKATER787
    Wonderful article. Love the small portion strategy (very important as it can be overwhelming and they think you're punishing them with the quantity) and the reverse psychology. Yes, some kids thrive on negative attention and this method solves that with reinforcement on positive achievement however small. When your blogs get a lot of circulation, half of the people will think that you are showing them a picture of burned food. I understand that is how you like them. I'm just giving you my honest opinion.
    1552 days ago
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