Learn the proven method to get your kids
to eat properly and run happily to the dinner table –
without any stressing, fighting or forcing
Having kids who don’t eat well does not mean you‘re a bad mother or your kids are doomed at lifetime of unhealthy eating. Far from it. The fact that you’re reading this page means you’re care about your child’s health. A lot.
But, like 99% of parents today, you are lacking the skills, facts & framework of how to handle regular (and infuriating) feeding scenarios. No wonder you’re confused, worried & fed-up.
I’ve helped hundreds of families conquer mealtime stress. By following this method, parents like you have watched their picky children ask for seconds ofand their sweet-obsessed child eat half their ice-cream and leave the rest.
You too can learn HOW to feed your kids, and reclaim calm, confidence and clarity as mealtimes become the best moments of the day.
You're fed-up with the daily power struggles, mealtime battles and the mammoth effort that it takes to get your kids to eat the bare minimum. You want a system that ensures they eat what they need, without the constant anxiety and fighting (and even try new foods on their own).
You're tired of policing the sweet cupboard. No matter how much they get, your kids beg, nag and demand sweets, chocolate + cookies 24/7.
You're looking for a balanced approach to junk food so you can set healthy limits, without depriving your kids or causing life-long issues.
You can't stop worrying about your child's weight. You don't want to make an issue - but will they be bullied or teased if you don't fix it?
You want the tools to help your child become an intuitive, self-regulated eater, with a positive body-image and healthy eating habits for life.
I was anxious because our son did not want to eat and every mealtime was a struggle for the entire family. Family gathering was always stressful. Every meal ended up in tears and fighting. I felt powerless as a mom and did not know how to get control back.
But the program was easy. Our son started eating again. Our son even attempted to try new food.
Mealtimes became fun and enjoyable for 98% of the times. Our son actually picked up 500g. Dinner is a time for us to bond again and not to fight over food. We feel in control again and it does not have to be that hard or stressful. I can now trusting my child.
Although I wasn’t struggling, I found that it was the most important thing I could have done for myself and my family! It is a real rock solid foundation to beginning the chapter of food and mealtimes.
We now have calm around food and mealtimes regarding my son. Not stressing about what my child eats, and trusting myself and my child to make the best decisions regarding food”
Working with me, you’ll discover the Feeding Dynamic model. It is an evidence-based model for successfully feeding kids who happily eat a healthy diet, and feel confident in their bodies.
It’s not airy-fairy voodoo; it’s endorsed by these leading pediatric bodies around the world as the best way to feed your kids for long-term health and prevention of eating disorders.
When you understand the foundations of healthy feeding, the constant stress of “my kids are terrible eaters” will float away. You’ll have more energy to enjoy your children as the daily fights (or unspoken fears) about food evaporate.
It gave me crystal-clear INFORMATION about how to improve things.
No more guesswork. No more guilt.
No more following her around maneuvering in just one more bite. Following the exact steps, I started focusing on our family’s relationship with food, rather than measuring their food intake. I knew how to handle half-eaten dinners and put a stop to pre-bedtime demands for cereal.
4 kids + 8 years later later, my fabulous feisty kids are self-regulated, intuitive and joyful eaters. While they are not “perfect” eaters (one refuses all vegetables), I love watching their taste buds develop and marvel at how they (sometimes) choose celery over cookies.
After the program, you’ll be able to…
It’s not a quick fix to get your vegetarian toddler to eat chicken or a magic pill to get your preteen to eat less pasta.
It’s a trust-based framework that redefines your job – and your child’s job – when it comes to feeding.
And, you’ll learn how to apply to any age, stage and situation.
At the time, I had a two-year-old with a strange taste palette, texture issues, and severe acid reflux. But, my friend was right. The biggest takeaways from Eliana’s workshop, for me, were to trust my child, to not make a big deal about mealtimes, and to offer variety, even if she doesn’t touch half of it. But the biggest lesson was the idea of a ‘balanced week’ rather than a ‘balanced day. THAT changed my life. It stripped away the pressure and guilt. my daughter is now four years old, has a healthy appetite, and a huge sweet tooth. And that’s ok. Because it’s all about balance, and Eliana will teach you how to achieve it.