“Thank you so much for participating. I thought your presentation was wonderful. Many of the attendees told me you really made them think about making changes around eating and also really appreciated your sense of humor about the whole thing. And the overall feedback was that the whole day exceeded expectations.”
On behalf of the Playhouse community, I want to sincerely thank you for coming to talk with us today. The immediate feedback from parents was uniformly positive. We only wish we had you for more time!
Personally, my husband and I found your talk engaging and informative – not to mention pleasingly funny. What you said about teaching kids that a broken pretzel will not kill them – geez! Do you know our kid?!
We truly enjoyed the afternoon with you. We wish you continued success and hope other families will benefit from your teachings.
Please accept my sincere thanks for addressing our parents at the recent Speaker Series. Your presentation was both professional and informative and much enjoyed by all who attended. (I know that we, for one, will be making an alteration or two at home with our daughter.)
We really do appreciate your very valuable and positive contribution, which will go a long way in assisting the moms in their journey of motherhood and in preparing and equipping them with valuable skills in dealing with food, eating and mealtimes.
This is the kind of stuff they should teach you in new parents’ classes.
Your advice has been more helpful than any other ‘advice’ books/articles I have read so far.
I wanted to let you know how much I enjoy your website- both as a new mom and a food industry professional. I think your site and upcoming book do a great service and fill a void.
Dina, I love your site. It is SO helpful to me, in my *new improved* attitude toward feeding my family. I only found your site a couple weeks ago, and I’m crazy about it. I’ve always felt like I should be doing a better job presenting my kids with *real* food, but not sure how to go about it, and with getting flack about what I don’t want them to eat from family/friends–it’s so hard to counter all the marketing and general perception that processed, packaged, sugary food is ok because it’s made especially for kids. Now I feel so empowered with your solid information and a PLAN. My husband and I have always enjoyed home cooking and now I’m so inspired to keep it up. I went home the other day and had my girls (1 and 3.5) do a “carrot experiment” — they helped me prepare steamed carrots and then doctor them up with different toppings and tell me which they liked best (parmesan cheese won hands down). Score one for carrots! We also made peachy yogurt with pureed peaches and plain yogurt, and they loved mixing it themselves! So thank you ever so much.
Hi Dina! I was at your presentation for babybites a couple of weeks ago. I just wanted to tell you I thought it was fabulous. It was really interesting to hear how you think about these things — I thought you were incredibly smart in your insights and your presentation. I work in the food world and am raising kids and have thought a ton about healthy eating and healthy habits and etc, but you really gave me lots of new things to think about and I really appreciated it! Fabulous work, really.
Dina Rose of “Its Not About Nutrition” provides a fresh and unique way of helping parents teach their children to have a healthy relationship with food and develop life long healthful eating habits. I hosted Dina’s talk last night for the first time and have been raving all day to friends and family about her philosophy and approach. She teaches — in an honest, real and no nonsense way — that kids’ eating habits and behaviors have a lot to do with factors other than what we as parents usually think about, and how we can really help them develop good eating from an early age. Her presentation is so effective because she genuinely understands what real life parents experience at the dinner table, and she offers practical solutions and information in a clear way and with warmth and humor. I would highly recommend that every parent and grandparent attend one of her workshops.