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Aliza Neveloff

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Aliza has a bachelor’s degree in Clinical Nutrition from the University of California, Davis, and a master’s degree in Public Health from Ben Gurion University. She recently finished a course in nutrition education and counseling through the Ellyn Satter Institute. She lives in the northern Negev of Israel with her family.
Some days, I feel like I am nursing her all the time, and doubt and fear creep into the back of my mind
Feeding Our Children, Part 6
Was I really doing something wrong by wanting a few potato chips?
Feeding Our Children, Part 5
Not only are we able to better take care of our family’s nutritional needs when we prepare family meals, it enables us to make time for the things that really matter.
Feeding Our Children, Part 4
One day my friend took her baby to the pediatrician, and was informed that her baby’s weight was spiking off her percentile curve.
Feeding Our Children, Part 3
Dealing with Yael’s dislike of fruit, I found myself motivated to research finicky eaters and develop an effective method for exposing her to new foods.
Feeding Our Children, Part 2
Children have a natural way of growing that is right for them. The fact that your child is short and stocky or tall and slender is determined mostly by genetics, not your wishes.
Feeding Our Children, Part 1
I didn’t want to force the kids to eat healthy foods, but I didn’t want to just let them have free rein over the refrigerator, either. How could I find the healthy balance between being too strict and too indulgent?
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