Natalia Stasenko MS, RD, CDN – pediatric dietitian and a mom of three
When her first child was small, Natalia made her share of feeding mistakes and battled a case of extreme picky eating that triggered her interest in pediatric nutrition.
In order to get to the bottom of the art and science of feeding kids, she trained as a Registered Dietitian at Columbia University, Teachers College in New York.
After of few years of running a successful nutrition private practice in NYC and consulting for various companies and agencies including Head Start, Natalia launched Feeding Bytes – an online program for parents where they can get the best professional advice on feeding their children from the comfort of their home.
As a national pediatric nutrition expert, Natalia has contributed to numerous media outlets including Parents Magazine, Pregnancy and Newborn Magazine, Kiwi magazine and Huffington post. She blogs monthly on Scoop on Food blog at parents.com.
Recently, she cowrote a cookbook Real Baby Food – an up to date resource on feeding children from 6 months to 3 years.
Registered Dietitian (RD) with Master of Science in Nutrition Education from Columbia University
Founder of Feeding Bytes, an online nutrition school for parents
Author of Tribeca Nutrition blog, providing easy family recipes and feeding tips
Consulting dietitian for a number of organizations, including Head Start, a federal program for families with small children
Creator of Nuts and Bolts of Child Feeding, a popular age-specific nutrition workshop for parents offered in NYC since 2011
Featured in a variety media outlets, such as Kiwi magazine, Parents magazine, The Slate, Huffington Post, Food and Nutrition Magazine.
Professional association memberships and affiliations:
- Society for Nutrition Education and Behavior, past Chair of Communications Division
- American Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics, Active member
- International Network for Diet and Nutrition in Allergy, Active Member
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