Have you struggled with dieting or an extreme focus on healthy eating? In this weeks episode with Victoria Yates, she shares practical ways you can start to build trust and develop a healthy relationship with food again for you and your family.”

We decide what and when of food, and the kids decided how much they eat.” – Victoria Yates

When it comes to helping kids trust their bodies with food, Victoria encourages parents to let their kids be the expert on how much they eat.

Our kids know when they are done, and we can let them decide that.

Incorporate a good variety of food into your life. Lots of colors, lots of textures, and no food is off limits. Victoria shares how she took her young kids to get ice cream to do something fun together. The point – don’t stress about food and let all food be part of your life!

For more ideas on what this looks like practically, check out this weeks episode!

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