Ep. 178. Five Tips for Raising good Eaters - Guest Amy Palanjian
Family Looking Up
Are you going crazy trying to get your kids to eat? Maybe eating isn't the problem, but eating good things is. Wherever you are at in your parenting struggles with kids and food, this episode is incredibly insightful and helpful! Amy Palanjian is an expert at helping families find an easier way to enjoy wholesome, delicious meals together. Previously, Amy has worked as the Lifestyle director of FamilyFun magazine, and as a food editor with Better Homes and Gardens. Today, Amy is the founder of Yummy Toddler Food.
Parenting Amidst Diet Culture with Virginia Sole-Smith and Amy Palanjian
Sunny Side Up Nutrition
About our guests: Virginia Sole-Smith is a journalist and author of The Eating Instinct: Food Culture, Body Image and Guilt in America. She is a frequent contributor to the The New York Times parenting section, and many other publications. Amy Palanjian, is a writer, editor and recipe developer. She is the founder of Yummy Toddler Food, a site filled with practical feeding advice, as well as Yummy Family Food, a site aimed at helping families lessen the stress around eating. In this episode Elizabeth, Anna L., Virginia & Amy discuss: Evolving philosophies about food, particularly after becoming a parent How being too controlling and obsessing over “healthy eating” typically backfires The immense pressure from diet culture to be the “perfect” parent How the culture of “clean eating” negatively affects our children The connection between Orthorexia and Avoidant Restrictive Food Intake Disorder (ARFID) How taking pleasure in food is fundamental to the way kids eat and how we all interact with food The danger of unqualified people sharing nutrition advice Links: Virginia Sole-Smith Amy Palanjian Amy's Forthcoming Cookbook, Food Play (Available Nov. 10th!) Yummy Toddler Food Yummy Family Food Sunny Side Up Nutrition Pinney Davenport Nutrition Lutz Alexander Nutrition Therapy
45. Interview with Amy Palanjian of Yummy Toddler Food
Raising Good Parents
Interview with Amy Palanjian Instagram: yummytoddlerfood Website: yummytoddlerfood.com Podcast: Comfort Food Books: Yummy Family Food, Yummy Baby Food, Yummy Toddler Lunches Cookbook If you want a supportive place to chat with like-minded parents join my Present and Productive Parents Group on Facebook. If you like what you hear, please leave a rating and review on this podcast. Links and Resources: Dr. Phil Boucher on Instagram @DrPhilBoucher on Twitter @DrPhilBoucher on Facebook Present and Productive Parents with Dr. Phil Boucher Group on Facebook Dr. Phil Boucher
Feeding Littles: Interview with Amy Palanjian from Yummy Toddler Food
Crunchy Cocktail Hour
Amy from Yummy Toddler Food joins Alison to talk all about cooking for our littles and shares some tips and tricks for navigating picky eaters. Where to find Amy: Blog: Yummy Toddler Food Podcast: Comfort Food Instagram Facebook Pinterest Links Mentioned in this Episode: What we’re drinking: 2SP + Wawa Coffee Stout Learning Tower Theory of Division of Responsibilities Circle Round Podcast Beddy’s Episode Sponsor: Ora Organic Ora Organic was created by healthy foodies to replace synthetic supplements with ridiculously nutritious plant-based products that make people and the planet healthier. For 15% off your first order, head to Ora Organic and use code CRUNCHY. Episode Sponsor: Lola Lola is a subscription service offering a line of 100% organic cotton tampons, pads, and liners and now they offer a line of ingredient-safe sex products, including condoms, personal lubricant, and cleansing wipes! With Lola you will receive an adorable box when you need it, that is fully customizable. You can select the mix of products, number of boxes and frequency of delivery. You can cancel, skip and order or modify your subscription at any time –there’s no surprises or gimmicks so you can feel confident giving this a try. Get 30% off your $5 trial set with promo code CRUNCHY30 at mylola.com.
050: Funding a Maternity Leave as a Blogger with Amy Palanjian
Eat Blog Talk | Megan Porta
Amy was able to fund her entire maternity leave as a blogger and she shares some of her strategies and tricks with us! - Make a plan and have a budget. - Outsource what you can. - Schedule ahead. - See a leave of absence as an opportunity to cut out unnecessary tasks. - Transitioning back into work can be tricky, but Amy has some pointers. - Tips for balancing work-life after taking a leave.
When It Comes to Picky Eating — The More You Stress, the Worse It Gets (with Amy Palanjian of Comfort Food Podcast)
Didn't I Just Feed You
In the last episode in our three-part series on picky eaters, we explored the topic from perspectives on two ends of the age spectrum: Amy Palanjian of Yummy Toddler Food spoke to us as about picky young ones while Debbie Koenig chimed in about older picky eaters. Does it get better? Does how we intervene when they are young improve our picky eaters as they grow up? We may never really know, but talking to each other helps. And maybe that’s what matters most: Helping each other so that we can all relax and let go a little. Show notes for this episode can be found at Didn't I Just Feed You.com See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
In today's episode, we discuss the toddler years when kids start getting more opinionated about what want to eat. We also cover things like what to do when a toddler won’t eat, some good snack options that are not super messy, thoughts of when they don't eat raw veggies, and more. If you have toddlers or young kids who are giving you a hard time when it comes to eating meals, this is one podcast you are not going to want to miss! Amy Palanjian of Yummy Toddler Food is a writer, editor, and recipe developer who lives with her 3 year old daughter and husband in a small town near Des Moines, Iowa. She is also expecting her second daughter this spring. Amy started Yummy Toddler Food about a year ago as a place to share feeding tips and recipes with other families with toddlers. When her daughter turned 1, Amy felt like the rules for feeding her changed and she had a hard time finding advice and homemade foods that were appropriate for that age group. Amy also knew that the shift from having a baby at the table to having at toddler was a big one and that many families were dealing with sudden selectiveness, meal time drama, and general feeding frustration. She tries to provide reassurance and real-world tips on her site and related social media channels. Resources: Amy’s Website: Yummy Toddler Food Amy’s Book: Feeding Toddlers 101: 10 Simple Steps to Happier Family Meals