Whether you work one-on-one with pediatric clients, in a community nutrition setting, or in school nutrition education, you probably come across your fair share of picky eaters. And that means you probably get a lot of questions from parents and caregivers about feeding said picky eaters.

This educational resource covers the topic of introducing new foods to picky eaters. The presentation is perfect for educating groups of people, like parents and caregivers of children, but it can also be used to educate individuals. It can be presented in person or online, such as in a webinar or as part of a virtual course.

When you purchase this presentation, you get two files for the price of one: a Canva template and a PowerPoint file, so you have the choice of using one or both of these software systems. This file is also compatible with Google Slides if you prefer to use that.

The presentation is fully customizable and can be edited to your liking. It is professionally designed and includes beautiful, high-quality images. It does not include any branding (non-branded).  Here’s what you’ll find inside the presentation:

Lesson (~20-30 minutes):

  • Learning Objectives
  • Picky/Selective Eating defined
  • Selective Eaters vs. Problem Feeders
  • Facing the Challenge: What Works & What Doesn’t
  • Food Exposure
  • Methods of Food Exposure
  • Creative Ideas for Food Exposure
  • When a Child Refuses to Eat Vegetables
  • “No-Pressure” Approach to Feeding
  • Tips for Encouraging Kids to Try a New Food
  • Reminders for Parents and Caregivers
  • Learning assessment quiz for participants
  • Quiz answer key

Optional group activity (~45-60 minutes):

  • Recipe demonstration by speaker
  • Group cooking activity
    • 3 kid-friendly recipes that incorporate veggies
    • Include list of cooking equipment & materials needed

Don’t waste time creating an entire slide deck from scratch – this one has you covered! Just download this done-for-you presentation and be prepared to wow your audience.

Want a handout to share with your audience? Check out the Introducing New Foods to Picky Eaters handout

To use and edit in Google Slides: upload this file to your Google Drive > double click on the file to open it in Google Slides (or, double click on the file and select “Open with,” then select Google Slides from the drop-down menu).

Terms and Conditions

This file is to be used as a tool in nutrition counseling or nutrition groups. The content is not intended to be a substitute for medical treatment. Users are encouraged to advise their clients to seek the advice of a qualified healthcare practitioner for questions about their health or nutritional requirements. The author is not responsible for errors, omissions, or individual usage. All materials are protected under copyright and are only intended for use by the sole individual or entity who purchased the resource.

LICENSE: You may not share, sell, or distribute the file as a product. The file is permitted for use with your clients in individual or group sessions only. It may be not sold separately to clients or colleagues.

INSTANT DOWNLOAD: Once you purchase this file, it will be available for instant download from Well Resourced Dietitian.

REFUNDS: Because this is a digital product, no refunds will be made.

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