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

Feeding Strategies for Picky Eaters

Parents will learn tips and tricks to overcome food battles, make meal-times pleasant, and get their child excited about eating.

Sports Nutrition for the Adolescent Athlete

Teen athletes will learn about how fueling their body with adequate nutrition can help improve their athletic performance.

Healthy Weight

Parents and children can participate in this interactive class to learn strategies on eating balanced meals and snacks to support a healthy weight.

Infant Nutrition

Parents will learn the important nutrients needed to help with growth and development during the crucial first year of life.

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10/26/2020

Sports Nutrition

Did you know the foods you eat can support your athletic performance? Our Pediatric Nutritionists want to help you fuel your body for peak performance!

Boost Your Nutrition

7/23/2020

Back to School Nutrition - Breakfast and Lunch Solutions

Breakfast has been coined “the most important meal of the day” but does that really hold any value?

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6/2/2020

Try it Tuesday with Dates

Did you know that dates are loaded with nutrition? Discover the benefits of dates and how you can use them in your diet.

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Pediatric Nutrition Dieticians

* Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (August 2014) Progress on Children Eating More Fruit, Not Vegetables Retrieved from https://www.cdc.gov/vitalsigns/fruit-vegetables/