Worried about fussy eating?
Avoid unpleasant mealtimes.
Avoid food bribery
Continue to offer refused foods
Be their superhero (role model)
Try not to worry
Children are on a continuous path of learning, and they all learn at their own pace. This applies to their eating as well as vocabulary, numbers, letters etc, therefore perseverance is key. It is rare that fussy eating as a child causes long term problems in the future, but if you are concerned, or feel that their fussy eating is difficult to manage speak to a qualified health professional such as a Dietitian or a Doctor.
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