picky eaters

 

How To Get Your Child To Eat Healthy Foods

Patience and persistence are the tools for parents of a picky eater. Your tenacity to make nutrition a priority will pay off in the long run as your child grows and begins to form food associations, preferences and priorities. Your guidance and role modeling will be a positive and formidable influence. (but you can’t see it right now, so hang in there and don’t give up.)
www.nourishinteractive.com

By: @kidshealthtips
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5 Sack Lunches Kids Love

Distract finicky eaters by putting together a meal that’s so much fun to eat, they won’t be thinking about whether it’s on their short list of “likes.”
www.schoolfamily.com

By: @schoolfamily
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Make Food Fun: Picky Eater Strategy

If you have a picky eater on your hands, one great way to entice little ones to try new foods is to make eating them fun!
blogs.goddardsystems.com

By: @GoddardSchool
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Kid-Friendly Breakfasts, Lunches and Snacks

Got a picky eater at home?
www.parenting.com

By: @parenting
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20 Kid-Friendly Veggies

Get your picky kid to start trying (and yes, loving) vegetables in just one month. We've got a brilliant week-by-week plan for delicious but easy side dishes that will have your child asking for more.
www.parents.com

By: @parentsmagazine
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How to Get Your Picky Eaters to Try Healthy Foods

5 ways to get your kids to like (or at least try!) healthy foods
www.parenting.com

By: @parenting
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11 Tips for Picky Eaters

Whether you have a picky eater or you are a picky eater, either way, it’s not much fun! There are so many possible reasons for picky eating, but whatever the reason, finding ways to deal with it (without pulling all your hair out) is a good place to focus your energy and attention. Remember…celebrate every little accomplishment…one bite leads to more!
www.lynnekenney.com

By: @DrLynneKenney
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Tips for Picky Eaters

There are so many possible reasons for picky eating, but whatever the reason, finding ways to deal with it (without pulling all your hair out) is a good place to focus your energy and attention.
www.lynnekenney.com

By: @DrLynneKenney
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