Imagine your mealtimes without stress… no tears, tantrums, or second-guessing yourself 😍
“He was much more comfortable by the end of the week… he even ate an entire peanut butter *sandwich*. His first PB sandwich!” Kate – mom of 3yo
“He’s never wanted meatballs before, tonight he said he’d try a bite. He ate seconds!!” Katie – mom of 8yo
“While helping us, he touched the sausage and took his first bite of tomato!” Julie – mom of 20mo
“To my surprise he put EVERYTHING in his mouth! I am dumbfounded! Thalia Prum you magical creature, I would never have gotten this far without you!” Jamie – mom of 3yo (In case you were wondering, the foods he tried were brown rice, snap pea, broccoli, steamed carrot)
What did Jamie find more valuable? “The volumes of information!! There’s SO MUCH!! The groups chats and the sense of community with others. Thalia is pretty amazing, she feels more like a friend.“
Jamie also wrote this: “Thalia has some great guidance not only for our children but for us! I learned some things I MYSELF needed to do in order for my child to feel comfortable to eat properly. She’s an expert in her field and I am amazed at how quickly we got results! 10000% I would recommend this group!“
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“We also did the tofu bites & peanut sauce – um, he tried ALL the ingredients. And happily ate the tofu 😳😲. It was great! I am so thrilled!” Kate – mom of 3yo
I’m Thalia the Dietitian @family.snack.nutritionst where I help parents around the world feed their kiddos with less stress, and support parents to foster healthy food relationships.
So many parents I work with and speak with tell me they wish they’d started sooner or had this information when their baby was born…
(Mom of 7, 5, & 3yo)
I’ve struggled with picky eaters for years. It has been a huge source of stress for our family with kids refusing to try new foods, having meltdowns when anything new was put on their plate, and obsessions with carbs and dessert.
Before joining Thalia’s small group program I’d followed her tips on Instagram but wasn’t getting the traction I needed to move forward. I was concerned the group wouldn’t change my situation.
Now, 6 weeks on, my anxiety has lessened, and I feel more confident in putting new foods on the plate. The weekly calls boosted my confidence, helped start each week with a positive outlook, and gave me different techniques to try (and they were successful!)
The small group kept me accountable and gave me a lot more confidence staying consistent and not giving up when I had a bad day or things didn’t work as planned.
I knew I needed help and was lacking motivation to keep trying. Thalia’s approach is getting our family back on track. Connecting with others in the group facing the same struggles was so reassuring. This group takes a commitment and work to see a shift in behaviors, but I’m so happy I took the leap of faith to sign up!
(Mom of 3yo)
Before Thalia’s program I didn’t think anything would work to get my son to even try veggies. His eating had narrowed down to a handful of specific favorite foods and he was no longer trying new things.
In such a short time after starting the program he’s open to trying food again and I feel more confident offering foods. We are all eating the same meals as a family, no more separate meals. In just the last few weeks he’s tried brown rice, carrot, broccoli, cooked tomatoes, and his first apple ever! 🤯
The coaching group is small with lots of support and SO many strategies. I also enjoyed the group chat as it fosters a sense of community with the other parents and Thalia answers questions between calls. Thalia is pretty amazing, she feels more like a friend.
Thalia’s guidance is not only for our children but for us! I learned some things I MYSELF needed to do in order for my child to feel comfortable to eat properly. She’s an expert in her field and I’m amazed at how quickly we got results! 10000% I would recommend her and her program!
(Mom of 4yo)
“Raising a picky eater is hard, emotional, and isolating. No one wants to go through this alone.
And that’s the biggest strength of Thalia’s small group program.
When you feel lost, there’s Thalia to point you in the right direction.
When you feel like you’re not making any headway, there’s Thalia to show you the progress you’ve made.
When you feel like a failure, there’s Thalia to cheer you on.
When you feel like you can’t do it anymore, there’s Thalia to cry and vent to.
You’re not alone. There’s a real-life person on the other end who’s ready to help.”
These were Colleen’s words at the conclusion of our 8 week program.
When Colleen signed up, she was concerned about the time commitment. She’d done other programs in the past, but they didn’t have the community and connection aspect, she felt even more isolated.
Colleen said “I needed the weekly check ins for accountability with the homework and mindset shifts…. This program was really helpful for me as the parent… I have tools to use”
(Mom of 8yo, 3yo, 10yo)
Before signing up to the small coaching group my biggest fears were the cost and that it wouldn’t work for my child. I’ve struggled with extreme picky eating for many years, my child has ARFID (the eating disorder of extreme picky eating.)
Major meltdowns at mealtimes and extreme picky eating were the main issues. Not only was my child eating a VERY limited variety of foods, she wasn’t eating much and struggling to gain weight. The high stress levels, refusal to try new foods, and difficulty eating “safe” food if they were prepared differently, was incredibly frustrating daily.
After finishing the 8 week program my daughter experiences “fewer meltdowns, more flexibility with combining foods, and lower stress when we follow Thalia’s plan.” Not only that, I know how to connect so much more as I’ve learned how to communicate better and work through those big feelings and anxiety when they come up.
My daughter’s tried several new food combinations, eaten food at multiple restaurants, and no longer needs a separate fork or spoon for each food item – she can successfully get through a meal with just one spoon or fork for all the foods… This may seem small, but when understand where this kiddo started, it’s pretty huge.