Parents: Go From Frustrated to Empowered
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Banish Dinner Table Power Struggles in
20 Minutes a Day!
...you’re not alone.
Our culture of kids’ meals and convenience has made it HARD for parents to make healthy foods the norm in their families...but you don't have to hate dinnertime.
Let’s make a difference at YOUR family dinner table with a strategy-filled challenge so that you feel empowered to serve healthy food without stress.
Twenty Minutes a Day
One Simple Change Each Day
Chance to Win Prizes Every Day
Join a community of other parents with the same struggles.
I'll take you on a journey through the 5 most important habits your household needs to redefine how your kids interact with food.
These simple strategies have been used by 1000s of parents, and the results are FAST!
EVERYONE WINS THE GAME OF DINNER
After employing ONE strategy, Vanessa said:
The [first rule] had brilliant results on its own - oldest child actually now saying she was hungry and sticking around to eat more!
— Vanessa from the UK
We bring the veggies like you won't believe!
Now my kids are actually hungry at meals! Food is finally disappearing instead of going in the trash. Thank you!
Rachelle was rewarded for her consistency:
The difference is definitely huge! My sensory-sensitive and aggressively-anxious 9yo whose foods don't even touch the same area of her plate has gone from barely eating supper - and especially protein - to saying things like, "I'm going to try something new..."
You can win over $3500 in prizes just for showing up, doing the homework, and committing to taking one small action each day.
Here are just a FEW of the ways we’ll reward your efforts, even though the BEST reward is watching your kids’ smiling faces at the dinner table:
Listen - I’ve heard from literally 1000s of parents over the years about their challenges at the dinner table, and I’ve distilled it down to the essential FIVE habits your household needs to solve the picky eating frustrations.
Here’s how this will work:
...of hearing, “Thanks, Mom!” instead of “Ew!”