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The Nourished Child

Jill Castle | Parents On Demand Network

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The Nourished Child
The Nourished Child

The Nourished Child

Jill Castle | Parents On Demand Network

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The Nourished Child is about child nutrition, feeding kids, and dealing with the ups and downs of raising healthy eaters. Dealing with picky eating? A young athlete? Or do you just want to focus on healthy eating? No matter the age, good nutrition for today’s child can be complicated and frustrating, but it doesn’t have to be. Join Jill Castle, a registered dietitian, pediatric nutritionist, author, and mom as she gives nutrition advice, feeding strategies, and health tips so you raise a healthy child, inside and out. Let the Nourished Child guide you along the way to a happy, healthy, well-nourished child.

Latest Episodes

Body Kindness for Kids

Rebecca Scritchfield joins me for an in-depth conversation about her book, Body Kindness, and how we can apply this concept to our growing children. Get full show notes and more information here:https://jillcastle.com/094

72 MIN1 w ago
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Body Kindness for Kids

Dairy Farming, School Wellness & Motherhood with Bet Howrigan

Join Bet Howrigan, dairy farmer, mom and teacher, as she talks about the demanding and busy life of a dairy farmer and school teacher. Learn what happens on a dairy farm and how to bring Fuel Up to Play 60 and other wellness programs into your school. Get full show notes and more information here:https://jillcastle.com/093

49 MIN3 w ago
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Dairy Farming, School Wellness & Motherhood with Bet Howrigan

A Solution for Family Dinnertime with Catherine McCord

By now, you've probably heard how important it is to have time as a family over mealtimes. In fact, coordinating meals together can set your children up for a lifetime of dietary success. Author, blogger, and Food Network personality Catherine McCord joins me to talk about finding time for family dinnertime and raising healthy children. Get full show notes and more information here:https://jillcastle.com/092

46 MINSEP 12
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A Solution for Family Dinnertime with Catherine McCord

5 Barriers to Healthy Eating Every Family Faces

On today’s show, I want to share some wisdom about overcoming barriers to healthy eating. Making time, learning new recipes, and other strategies can be crucial for reaching our familial goals while cooking efficiently and budget-friendly. As we talk about the 5 main barriers to healthy eating, we can learn to accommodate all the different wants and needs of our families. Get full show notes and more information here:https://jillcastle.com/091

32 MINAUG 29
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5 Barriers to Healthy Eating Every Family Faces

Ignore It! With Catherine Pearlman

On today’s show, I’m talking to Catherine Pearlman, a clinical social worker and author of a wonderful book, Ignore It! We talk about how children view rewards (both positive and negative, material and non-material) and the structures behind habit formation. By ignoring the ways children test the boundaries of what is allowed or will be rewarded, you can see remarkable positive behavior shifts in your kids. Get full show notes and more information here:https://jillcastle.com/090

64 MINAUG 15
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Ignore It! With Catherine Pearlman

Healthy Meals on a Budget with Lisa Leake

On today’s show, we are talking with Lisa Leake, a mother, blogger, and author who has a new cookbook about eating healthier on a budget. She has been feeding her family on a more health-conscious and budget-friendly diet and it has made a massive difference for their lives. She is on the podcast to share some of her strategies for motivating your family to eat less processed foods while not breaking the bank. Get full show notes and more information here:https://jillcastle.com/089

54 MINAUG 1
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Healthy Meals on a Budget with Lisa Leake

Making Sense of Sensory Issues in Children with Alisha Grogan

On this week’s podcast, I have occupational therapist Alisha Grogan of Your Kids Table to talk about sensory processing issues with special focus on how it impacts childhood eating. We discuss how you can identify and work with your child’s sensory issues so you can encourage healthier and more consistent eating. Get full show notes and more information here:https://jillcastle.com/088

52 MINJUL 18
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Making Sense of Sensory Issues in Children with Alisha Grogan

Simple Tips for Adding New Foods

On today’s show, I want to talk about why it is so important to break free of food ruts and repetitive meals so you can be more involved and interested in what you’re eating. I have some easy tips to share so you can rotate in new foods and make eating a more positive part of your family’s routine. Get full show notes and more information here:https://jillcastle.com/087

29 MINJUL 4
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Simple Tips for Adding New Foods

The Science of Emotions and Eating with Melanie Smith

Raising a child is filled with all sorts of conflicting emotions - yours and theirs. On this week’s show, I have Melanie Smith, the Training Director of the Renfrew Center specializing in eating disorders, to discuss the importance of teaching emotional regulation in children and how it relates to food. Get full show notes and more information here:https://jillcastle.com/086

59 MINJUN 20
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The Science of Emotions and Eating with Melanie Smith

Training for the Olympics and for Life with Gevvie Stone

On today’s show, I’m talking with Olympic silver-medalist Gevvie Stone about her own journey as both a rower and as a medical doctor.Join in on our conversation about goal setting and finding ways to balance the chaos of training for the Olympics and life. Gevvie has wonderful insights into the world of competitive sport and has some great advice for young athletes. Get full show notes and more information here:https://jillcastle.com/085

50 MINJUN 6
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Training for the Olympics and for Life with Gevvie Stone

Latest Episodes

Body Kindness for Kids

Rebecca Scritchfield joins me for an in-depth conversation about her book, Body Kindness, and how we can apply this concept to our growing children. Get full show notes and more information here:https://jillcastle.com/094

72 MIN1 w ago
Comments
Body Kindness for Kids

Dairy Farming, School Wellness & Motherhood with Bet Howrigan

Join Bet Howrigan, dairy farmer, mom and teacher, as she talks about the demanding and busy life of a dairy farmer and school teacher. Learn what happens on a dairy farm and how to bring Fuel Up to Play 60 and other wellness programs into your school. Get full show notes and more information here:https://jillcastle.com/093

49 MIN3 w ago
Comments
Dairy Farming, School Wellness & Motherhood with Bet Howrigan

A Solution for Family Dinnertime with Catherine McCord

By now, you've probably heard how important it is to have time as a family over mealtimes. In fact, coordinating meals together can set your children up for a lifetime of dietary success. Author, blogger, and Food Network personality Catherine McCord joins me to talk about finding time for family dinnertime and raising healthy children. Get full show notes and more information here:https://jillcastle.com/092

46 MINSEP 12
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A Solution for Family Dinnertime with Catherine McCord

5 Barriers to Healthy Eating Every Family Faces

On today’s show, I want to share some wisdom about overcoming barriers to healthy eating. Making time, learning new recipes, and other strategies can be crucial for reaching our familial goals while cooking efficiently and budget-friendly. As we talk about the 5 main barriers to healthy eating, we can learn to accommodate all the different wants and needs of our families. Get full show notes and more information here:https://jillcastle.com/091

32 MINAUG 29
Comments
5 Barriers to Healthy Eating Every Family Faces

Ignore It! With Catherine Pearlman

On today’s show, I’m talking to Catherine Pearlman, a clinical social worker and author of a wonderful book, Ignore It! We talk about how children view rewards (both positive and negative, material and non-material) and the structures behind habit formation. By ignoring the ways children test the boundaries of what is allowed or will be rewarded, you can see remarkable positive behavior shifts in your kids. Get full show notes and more information here:https://jillcastle.com/090

64 MINAUG 15
Comments
Ignore It! With Catherine Pearlman

Healthy Meals on a Budget with Lisa Leake

On today’s show, we are talking with Lisa Leake, a mother, blogger, and author who has a new cookbook about eating healthier on a budget. She has been feeding her family on a more health-conscious and budget-friendly diet and it has made a massive difference for their lives. She is on the podcast to share some of her strategies for motivating your family to eat less processed foods while not breaking the bank. Get full show notes and more information here:https://jillcastle.com/089

54 MINAUG 1
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Healthy Meals on a Budget with Lisa Leake

Making Sense of Sensory Issues in Children with Alisha Grogan

On this week’s podcast, I have occupational therapist Alisha Grogan of Your Kids Table to talk about sensory processing issues with special focus on how it impacts childhood eating. We discuss how you can identify and work with your child’s sensory issues so you can encourage healthier and more consistent eating. Get full show notes and more information here:https://jillcastle.com/088

52 MINJUL 18
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Making Sense of Sensory Issues in Children with Alisha Grogan

Simple Tips for Adding New Foods

On today’s show, I want to talk about why it is so important to break free of food ruts and repetitive meals so you can be more involved and interested in what you’re eating. I have some easy tips to share so you can rotate in new foods and make eating a more positive part of your family’s routine. Get full show notes and more information here:https://jillcastle.com/087

29 MINJUL 4
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Simple Tips for Adding New Foods

The Science of Emotions and Eating with Melanie Smith

Raising a child is filled with all sorts of conflicting emotions - yours and theirs. On this week’s show, I have Melanie Smith, the Training Director of the Renfrew Center specializing in eating disorders, to discuss the importance of teaching emotional regulation in children and how it relates to food. Get full show notes and more information here:https://jillcastle.com/086

59 MINJUN 20
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The Science of Emotions and Eating with Melanie Smith

Training for the Olympics and for Life with Gevvie Stone

On today’s show, I’m talking with Olympic silver-medalist Gevvie Stone about her own journey as both a rower and as a medical doctor.Join in on our conversation about goal setting and finding ways to balance the chaos of training for the Olympics and life. Gevvie has wonderful insights into the world of competitive sport and has some great advice for young athletes. Get full show notes and more information here:https://jillcastle.com/085

50 MINJUN 6
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Training for the Olympics and for Life with Gevvie Stone