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Put a Stop to Picky Eaters15,842 Views
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Childhood obesity is a serious epidemic, but not one that your kids have to contribute to! Get moving, get losing together with these fun ideas.
Description: To put a stop to picky eaters you will have to demonstrate a lot of skill and patience. Watch this to learn how.
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So your little one is boycotting any dinner that isn’t hotdogs? Picky eaters are natural. In fact, research shows that children need to be exposed to new foods ten to fifteen times before developing a taste for them! But that doesn’t mean you have to put up with a Twinkie-only diet. Put a stop to picky eaters by letting them see grown-ups enjoying the food in question. When your child asks what you’re eating, you can casually ask “Want a bite?” It’s also important not to make a separate meal for a picky eater. If he or she doesn’t want to eat what everyone else is having, that’s okay, but don’t offer other options. Children can miss a meal or two, and—trust us!—they get hungry eventually. Follow through with these simple suggestions and picky eaters will soon be feasting happily with the rest of the family!