Children’s Nutrition and Developing Food Explorers

Arielle Lebovitz

"I think that some of the limitations is how people talk about food. So we'd like to classify things as being good or bad, where we celebrate fruits and vegetables and whole foods, and we vilify our goodies, and our chips and cookies... which makes these conversations about food really confusing for our children." - Dani Lebovitz, MS, RDN, CSSD, CDE

On this episode, Registered Dietitian Dani Lebovitz talks to us about the importance of developing food literacy in children, her approach to creating food explorers, and take home tips for parents. As a bonus, Dani is offering a giveaway to our listeners. Listen through to the end of the episode to learn more about how you can enter to win! Dani is a Registered Dietitian Nutritionist, author, and experience-based educator dedicated to growing adventurous eaters through her whole food guide book series that tells the story of food from farm to fork while encouraging STEAM activities for food exploration. She’s the author of Where Do Bananas Come From?: A Book of Fruits, and Where Does Broccoli Come From?: A Book of Vegetables. Dani holds a Master’s Degree in Health Communications, as well as a Certification in Diabetes Education and Sports Nutrition.

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