Making Sense of Sweets

Making Sense of Sweets Live Online Workshop

Saturday, February 29

10:00-11:30 AM CST / 11:00 AM - 12:30 PM EST

One of the most common struggles parents have is how to handle sugar in their families. They struggle with their children constantly asking for sweets and feel like if it was up to the children, that’s all they would ever eat.

 

Do you wonder…

  • How do I limit sugar?

  • How often do I provide dessert?

  • How do I deal with sweets at parties and events?

  • How do I talk to my children about healthy eating?

 

If so, you’re not alone. In this live online workshop, we will answer all these questions and more. We’ll cover the basics of intuitive eating, the Division of Responsibility in family feeding, the facts about sugar, and how to reduce the energy and the draw toward sweets.

 

You’ll walk away with: 

  • Confidence in your role in feeding your child.

  • An understanding of why a healthy relationship with food is foundational for developing healthy eating patterns.

  • Less stress about all food, including sweets, in your family.

  • Actionable steps to help your child have a healthy relationship with sugar.

Cost: $30

Registration and login information will be sent by email following sign-up.

Registrants who cannot attend the live session will receive a link to the recorded session.

Nicole Cruz, MS, RDN: Registered Nutrionist and Eating Disorder specialist

Nicole Cruz, MS, RDN is a registered dietitian nutritionist, mom of three, wife, and eating disorder specialist. She has a private practice located in Southern California, devoted to helping others reclaim their joy and find food freedom. She works with clients from all walks of life to transform their relationship with food by practicing from an intuitive eating perspective and non-diet approach at www.nicolecruzrd.com.

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