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Parent to a child with fussy eating habits? Help may be on the way
Kerri Scholman has tried just about everything to get her three-year-old daughter, Emerson, to eat more than Tater Tots, French fries, strawberries, chocolate and chips.
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Emily Mardell is a Registered Dietitian and Powerlifting enthusiast specializing in family and sports nutrition. As a proud Alberta foodie, Emily promotes a Food First approach when counselling families and athletes alike. As a spokesperson for Dietitians of Canada, and Performance Dietitian for FC Edmonton she translates evidence-based nutritional science into thoughtful, nourishing plans for everyday eating.
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