This post may contain affiliate links and CorporetteMoms may earn commissions for purchases made through links in this post. As an Amazon Associate, I earn from qualifying purchases.My biggest “power struggle” with my son is about food. He’s generally good as far as quantity is concerned but is so averse to trying new foods, and there’s only a handful of things I can give him for dinner that I know I won’t have to fight with him about. I am following a lot of toddler feeding Instagrams, which I am actually finding really helpful and informative. An interesting product one of the accounts recommended is this Iron Fish that you boil to add iron to food. When I googled the product, there was a scientific study that came up that said it does actually work, though I didn’t do quite a deep dive and I’m certainly not a scientist. (You can find information at luckyironfish.com.) If your child doesn’t love meat or iron-rich foods (or I’m sure I can even use this for myself), it’s worth checking out. It’s $30 at Amazon. Lucky Iron Fish This post contains affiliate links and CorporetteMoms may earn commissions for purchases made through links in this post. For more details see here. Thank you so much for your support!