Parenting Podcast Network Debuts Healthy Family Feeding Show with Liz Weiss

The podcast, Liz’s Healthy Table, has joined the range of shows hosted by the Parents on Demand Network. The new network is a collection of podcasts that are aimed at parents and families.

San Diego, United States – November 1, 2018 /PressCable/ —

The Parents on Demand Network is expanding their range of shows and has announced one of its newest podcasts, Liz’s Healthy Table. The podcast offers parents advice on healthy, easy, and affordable meals for the whole family.

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The Parents on Demand Network is a new network offering parents practical advice and real-world resources. Their collection of podcasts is created specifically for families and parents who can subscribe to programming that is specific to their needs and interests.

Parents can explore different themes and different podcasts easily through the Parents on Demand app and through their website.

One of the newest podcasts is Liz’s Healthy Table, which is hosted by award-winning registered dietitian Liz Weiss. Liz’s is a mom of two grown boys, a cookbook author, and a food blogger. She understands the dilemma busy families face every day when the dinner bell rings, so her recipes and advice are designed to make mealtime a (healthy) breeze and something kids of all ages look forward to.

Liz hosts a brand new podcast episode every two weeks covering a multitude of topics. Areas of discussion covered include the health power of fermented foods, doable tips for feeding picky eaters, going meatless more often, meal planning secrets, and much more.

Each week Liz invites an expert guest to join her on the podcast. Recent guests have included New York Times food writer, Melissa Clark and cookbook author, Lisa Leake from 100 Days of Real Food. Liz also includes listener questions on each show.

Here’s what Liz says about joining the network: “I joined the Parents on Demand Network for the support and community. POD and its members provide valuable podcasting resources, and there’s always an opportunity to link up with another parenting podcaster. I’ve been an expert guest on other POD shows, and on every episode, I get to promote another show to my listeners.”

Those wishing to find out more about the Parents on Demand Network and Liz’s Healthy Table podcast can visit the website on the link provided above. Alternatively, they can visit Liz’s website: