Do you have picky eaters in your home?

By: Candice Brunlinger; Health & Mindfulness Coach, Herbalist, Fermentationist

One of the things I live for is the creative fun I have in the kitchen, especially with my son. We love exploring various ways to enhance the phyto-nutrients and flavor of our meals with whole foods, fruits, vegetables, edible flowers, nourishing weeds, spices, herbs, and ferments.

I am not into diet fads and believe every individual is different but we all need a rainbow of colors, more diversity of plant based whole foods, especially vegetables and edible greens. This can be intimidating when we are very used to the American Standard Diet and its conveniences.

It does not have to be though.

Practicing this with children can be frustrating and overwhelming at times. There are solutions and easy ways you can begin supporting your family by gradually restoring your family’s microbiome and digestion to support overall metabolism. Then our children begin craving healthy whole foods and are more receptive to trying new things.

One of the things I address with my clients and in my courses is metabolic reprogramming. How we can reprogram our metabolism using nutrition, whole foods, herbs, emotional reprogramming, and a healthy mindset.

Are you interested in learning more?
Check out this 2-part video presentation:

Watch the Replay of Part 1: “How to get Picky Eaters to Eat more Fruits and Vegetables”

Part 2: Meal Planning for Busy Families

Part 2 will be offered live on Wednesday July 15 at 6:00 PM (PST).

Connect with me if you are interested in attending the live event.

Would you benefit from more one-on-one support? Schedule your health consultation to address how you can support your nutrition, create healthier meals, and get inspired in the kitchen.

Are you interested in bridging the gap in your nutrition using Juice Plus+? How about easily growing your own food with the Tower Garden? You can schedule your FREE 15 minute session to explore your options and get started today.

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