An entry on HealthAtoZ asks if dinnertime become a food fight with your toddler or preschooler? Suddenly your child, who ate so well as a baby, declares it's nothing but peanut butter and jelly sandwiches and dismisses veggies with a big "yuck." Perh...
According to Professor David Benton of the University of Wales Swansea, one of the reasons toddlers become such picky eaters between the ages of 18 and 24 months is neophobia. This built-in safety mechanism helps to protect them from accidentally ing...
Chef's kids eat better - more variety, more veggies, more interesting flavors and textures - than the
rest of us. So says an "informal poll" conducted by the New York Times' Jennifer Steinhauer. Just
look at these examples:
People told me it was going to happen and I didn't want
to believe them. "Stefania," they said, "Your child eats great now, but just wait until she's three.
She'll become picky." I listened and politely replied, "Not my child...
Remember mamaku? I've got one for you:
Why am I so proud? My picky eater ordered Vegetable sushi
And he ate it, too. If you were me, you'd be waxing poetic, too....
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