The Food Sense Program

How To Get Your Child To Enjoy Healthy Food — Without A Fight…

Dear Parent,

If you are concerned about your young child’s eating habits, then it’s important that you take a few short moments to read this page.

Because on this site, you’ll find answers to some of your biggest headaches, including how to:

Now, the bad news is that these kind of bad eating habits will not necessarily get better as your child gets older…

But Here’s What You Can Do About It…

The REALLY scary thing is that the way your young child eats today COULD be setting them up for serious health problems in the future — things like obesity, diabetes, cardiovascular disease, as well as eating disorders like anorexia and bulemia.

But the good news is that there ARE some quick, easy steps that you can take starting right now to fix your child’s eating habits and help them develop a healthy relationship with food that will last a lifetime!

Want PROOF that my fast and simple suggestions really work? I thought you might… so I’ve put together a FREE resource for you! Not only will you get a sneak peak at how my methods work, you’ll also get a step-by-step plan for dealing with one of the most common food challenges parents face!

The One-Day Sweet Tooth Solution (Free Download!)

To show you just how fast and simple the solutions to many BIG parenting problems can be, I’ve got a free gift for you…

Here’s the story: After struggling for years with my own child’s “incurable” sweet tooth, I finally teamed up with a child nutritionist and came up with a solution that works almost immediately!

When you grab your FREE copy of “The One-Day Sweet Tooth Cure,” you’ll learn:

  • How to teach your child the difference between a “treat” and a nutritious snack — and get them to actually PREFER healthy choices!
  • How one simple “tweak” will instantly eliminate begging for sweets, treats, and sugary snacks! (Warning: This will sound a little crazy the first time you read it!)
  • The surprising ways that food companies hide sugar in supposedly “healthy” foods (like whole-grain cereals!)

I should tell you that the “One-Day Sweet Tooth Cure” goes completely against conventional wisdom — so all I ask is that you read it with an open mind… and give it a try for yourself!

I think you’ll be as surprised as I was by the almost INSTANT change in your child’s approach to sweets!

(This information will NEVER be shared with anyone else. Click here for my privacy policy.)

This complimentary download will be sent to you within 5 minutes of clicking the button above. In the meantime, I encourage you to have a look around the site. The ‘About Dana’ link will give you some more information about me and my background, and you can click on ‘The Food Sense Philosophy’ link to read more about why I think a healthy relationship with food is so important to all children.

Oh, and don’t forget to check out the FREE ‘Kid-Tested’ recipes, too! There are dozens of healthy food ideas that toddler and kids of all ages actually enjoy!

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Dana Obleman, B.A. (Psych.), B. Ed.
Creator of “The Food Sense Program”


Hi Dana,

I wanted to say "Thanks" and give you some feedback on 'The Food Sense Program.'

We were having issues with our son William at dinner time. He kept wanting to get down and not eating anything, then wanting something 10 minutes later. It was very annoying, and it was like a circus around the table. We started following the advice in the Food Sense program, and what a difference it has made!

After just a few nights we are all having nice dinners together most of the time. No bribing, begging and whining. When he gets down we calmly tell him dinner is over. He can decide to play upstairs in his room or sit with us. In fact, the second morning of the program he said .. "Mommy, I'm hungry because I got down and didn't eat enough." Again, what a difference! You book gave me the confidence and the concrete tools to be make the changes that needed to be made.

Tammy Lyon (& son William)


Ms. Obleman,

When I first found your website, my daughters were driving me crazy with their constant food demands. I felt like I was a short order cook in my own home. I would have to make TWO different breakfasts and dinners every day, since they didn't like to eat the same things.

When I put their meals in front of them, they would sulk and pick away at their plates and tell me that they "didn't like this food." And then 10 minutes after they got up from the table they would start begging for yogurt and crackers!

A friend told me about your website, and after following just a few of the things you say, I'm thrilled to report that Hannah and Chloe are like two new children... There is no more whining for treats all day long, and mealtimes are actually a civilized time... or as civilized as meals can be with a 2 and 5 year old.

Thanks again!