Guess what? It's not really your job to feed your kids. OK. Well, you do have to keep them nourished. But thinking that's the full extent of their job holds most parents back.
People who are successful getting their kids to eat right think about the job differently than people who struggle. The successful mentality begins with the recognition that eating right isn’t about food, it’s about behavior — what, when, why and how much someone chooses to eat. Since nutrition only partially shapes those choices, especially for children, the key to success can never be found by focusing only on food. Rather, you must shape how your children behave in relation to food.