Divide Conquers Conflict, Making for Happier Mealtimes
Texas Tech University Health Sciences Center at El Paso Assistant Professor and Pediatric Nutritionist Inés M. Anchondo DrPH, RDN, LD, CSP, MPH, recently presented at the Healthy Flavors, Healthy Kids summit held at the Culinary Institute of America in San Antionio. Writer Richard A. Marini of the San Antionio Express-News attended and had this to say about it.
Divide conquers conflict, making for happier mealtimes
by Richard A. Marini
Other than bedtime, dinnertime is often the most contentious hour (or longer) of the day in many households. There were Civil War battles that were shorter and less combative than what many parents go through each evening, trying to get their picky progeny to eat just one bite of something the kid refuses to even look at.