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Picky Eaters

Many children are picky eaters. Learn how to encourage your child to eat a variety of foods, especially fruits and vegetables.
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Picky Eaters
Learn about how to cope with a child who is a picky eater.

Toddler Diets and Picky Eaters
We would like to think that our kids will have a well-balanced diet, but many toddlers do not eat three "square" meals a day. Review what your toddler should be eating, even if he is a picky eater.

Converting Picky Eaters
When it comes to eating healthy foods, does your head-strong toddler resist and run for cover? Here are some tips that might help you convert your picky eater.

How to get your children to eat more healthy food
Toddler feeding tips to get them to eat more healthy foods, including getting your child involved, using smooties and muffins, limiting fruit juices, and being a good role model by eating a healthy diet yourself.

Nutritional Needs of School-Age Children
Is your child eating a healthy diet? Learn about monitoring food needs and picky eaters.

Parenting Tips for Picky Eaters
Younger children are commonly picky eaters, but as long as they are growing normally and are active, there is usual little to worry about.

Top 10 Recipes for Picky Eaters
Coping with kids who are picky eaters in your house? These are ten of my absolute favorite, healthy recipes for picky eaters.

Picky Eaters: Born or Made?
Some simple suggestions to get your child to try more new foods.

Tips for Getting Kids to Eat More Fruits and Vegetables
Tips to help get your child to eat more fruits and vegetables.

Ten Tips for Picky Eaters
Do you often hear 'You can't make me Eat It!' from your child? If so, then these ten tips can help make mealtimes easier.

Why Kids Are Picky Eaters
Learn why some children favor some foods and avoid others, including the fear of new foods, how other senses (sight and smell) contribute to what we like, understanding food refusal as a sign of independence and tips for training taste buds and getting your child to try more foods.

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