Kids Best Nutrition

Dedicated to keeping kids healthy & growing to their fullest potential from breast feeding newborns to young adults!

Welcome to Kids Best Nutrition!

Nutrition is much more than the food that we eat. It includes how food is used and grown or raised, behaviors and mindfulness associated with eating meals, and the social impact of eating and meal sharing. We’ve all heard “You are what you eat!” This is so true. If your child doesn’t get the appropriate, healthy, balanced nutritionalnutrition books intake along with the education and good role modeling from parents regarding wholesome foods, then they won’t be able to function well in school, blossom in relationships, nor live to be a healthy, happy young adult.

If you are looking for someone to guide you nutritionally from breastfeeding, thru the picky toddler years, all the way to making that school lunch and from the convenience of your own home….you’ve come to right place.  If you live in North Carolina I’m accepting new patients.  Just hit the appointments button up above and schedule your telemedicine visit today for professional lactation advice, to helping you with your constipated 7 year old, or helping with meal plans for your overweight family.  Find out how food can be your child’s medicine.

Common breastfeeding issues our lactation consultant addresses online:

  • Latching issues
  • Milk supply
  • Breast tenderness
  • Persistently hungry baby
  • Returning to work
  • Pumping
  • Plugged milk ducts
  • Mastitis
  • Sore nipples
  • Thrush
  • Oversupply
  • Weaning

Common nutrition concerns addressed online:

  • Weight loss
  • Digestive disorders/constipation/diarrhea
  • Food allergies
  • Gluten free diets
  • High cholesterol
  • Vegetarian/Vegan diets
  • Vitamins and supplements
  • Meal planning

In this website you’ll discover:

  • Breastfeeding information
  • How to select healthy foods for your child
  • Tips for getting your child to eat nutritious foods
  • What’s normal for various developmental stages and what’s not typical
  • Strategies for helping your overweight or nutritionally lacking child
  • When to seek outside help

The information contained in this website is not intended to replace the care your child receives from his or her healthcare provider or lactation consultant. It is intended to offer basic information to augment your current health care and to stimulate questions for your healthcare provider. You are encouraged to develop a healthy, strong relationship with your child’s healthcare provider and to follow his or her recommendations for the care of your child.   If you live in North Carolina, you can make an appointment with me for an online visit from the comfort of your own home for help with breast feeding or for some childhood ailments such as chronic constipation, recurrent diarrhea, overweight or underweight.  We can also discuss diet therapies for helping eczema, recurrent ear infections or sinus infections, recurrent rashes, and acid reflux.

Each child is unique and should have thorough, individualized health care from a competent provider.
This website information is not intended to replace any care you are currently receiving.