Little Sous helps children become culinary adventurers through its website and at-home education modules.

Little Sous helps children become culinary adventurers through its website and at-home education modules.

Photo courtesy of Little Sous

We focus on children’s relationships with food in Episode 48. First, anorexia and bulimia are the two best-known eating disorders, but they aren’t the only ones. Dr. Julie O’Toole brings us up to speed on selective eating and food phobias. 

Next, meet Little Sous, an online and IRL monthly cooking academy for kids, developed by a working mom.

Finally, a renowned food blogger whose recipes are ultra-nutritious gives us the lowdown on raising kids who want to eat healthfully. 

Meet our panelists: Blogger Michelle Smith is the author of “The Whole Smiths Good Food Cookbook.” Kelly Montoya is the founder and CEO of Little Sous. And Dr. Julie O’Toole is founder and Chief Medical Officer of the Kartini Clinic for Children and Families and the author of “Give Food a Chance: A New View on Childhood Eating Disorders.” Our host is Katherine Cole.