Pediatric Nutrition

Healthy Habits for a Lifetime

Support your child’s growth and development with Nutrition

Our program provides families with evidence-based strategies to improve their child's eating habits.

Whether you are meeting with our Registered Dietitians through an individual consult or in a group class setting, you will receive personalized recommendations to help your child be a more competent eater.

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Individual Appointments

If your child is a COPC patient and you would like to schedule an individual appointment, please call their COPC pediatrician for a referral.

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Pediatric Nutrition Class Topics

Best Foods for Baby

First Thursday of Every Month: 12:00 pm - 1:00 pm

The first year of life can be crucial to set your child up for success with nutrition. Parents can attend this class to learn the most up-to-date information on feeding infants.

Picky Eaters

First Tuesday of Every Month: 12:00 pm - 1:00 pm

This class will teach parents how to navigate meal-time battles and promote a positive environment for trying new foods. Geared towards parents of children 3-7 years old.

Healthy Weight, Healthy Bodies

Second Thursday of Every Month: 4:00 pm - 5:00 pm

Families who attend will learn about healthy meals and snacks, as well as tips to better control portion sizes. We aim to support your child’s growth in the way nature intended. Geared towards elementary aged children.

Healthy Weight, Healthy Bodies: Teen Takeover

Second Tuesday of Every Month: 4:00 pm - 5:00 pm

This class will teach adolescents steps to fueling their bodies well and set them up with healthy habits they can stick to for a lifetime.

Join Our Classes

There are many tips and tricks to bump up your child’s nutrition that we can help you discover. We encourage you to register for our free classes and bring them along!

Call (614) 797-0533 to Register

From Our Health Library

The Benefits of Winter Squash

Find out how you and your family can enjoy the benefits of winter squash!

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Kid Friendly Sandwiches

Alyssa, COPC's Dietetic Nutritionist, gives some quick and nutritious twists on the classic lunchbox sandwich.

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Iron Nutrition

One of the more common nutrient deficiencies in America is iron, despite the fact that it's especially important during rapid periods of a person's growth. Learn more about how you can incorporate it in your family's diet.

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Meet the Pediatric Nutrition Dietitians