“7 Simple Strategies to Feeding Your Kids Well So They Become More Adventurous Eaters & End Mealtime Struggles!”


“7 Simple Strategies to Feeding Your Kids Well
So They Become More Adventurous Eaters
& End Mealtime Struggles!”

A FREE CLASS FOR PARENTS
 with Nina Manolson MA, CHC, Family Wellness Expert  
founder of HealthyYummyKids.com & FSS parent

Do you…

  • Wish your kids would eat more vegetables?
  • Struggle with a picky eater?
  • Wish your children ate more nutritious food and less junk food?
  • Want to make mealtimes easy and fun for the whole family?

In this FREE class you’ll learn:

  • How to cultivate a healthy mindset for the whole family.
  • How to make changes without feeling overwhelmed or like the ‘food police.’
  • How to navigate our fast food and junk food world.
  • The secrets to making healthy easy and fun for the whole family.
  • The one thing that you have in your house right now that can make an immediate healthy impact on your family!

When: Saturday, March 17th at 4 pm
Where: Center for Arabic Culture, 191 Highland Avenue, 6B, Somerville, MA 02143

Please RSVP to ousra@cacboston.org.

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  1. […] Our first educational event will be held on Saturday, March 17th at 4 pm. We will be hosting Nina Manolson, a local family wellness expert. She will be discussing “7 Simple Strategies to Feeding Your Kids Well So They Become More Adventurous Eaters & End Mealtime Struggles!” See the details here. […]



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