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Our childhood experiences of food often shape our adult relationships with food, and more and more we are seeing children who have developed or are developing poor relationships with food. These may not always be obvious, or you may notice your child is fussy, over eats or under eats. Food relationships develop from a young age, and so if you get it right early on, your child will be less at risk of developing negative behaviours towards food. If your child has already developed unhealthy relationships with food, all is not lost, it will just be a little more challenging to change those relationships.

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