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Picky Eating

Many children have picky eating habits, and in some cases it can cause nutrient deficiencies and serious stress for all involved. In fact, in children with developmental delays, the research shows that up to 80% have feeding challenges. There can be underlying biochemical issues that contribute or make the situation worse. I work with a lot of picky eaters. The good news is there are food strategies, recipes, and diets that can help. In my nutrition program for parents, 81% of children improve their eating habits.

 Explore our articles on why certain children are picky eaters, strategies to improve their eating habits, and tips for healthy food ideas that are kid-friendly.

Take the Frustration Out of Picky Eating
Take the Frustration Out of Picky Eating

Picky eating is very common in children. 25% of children have a feeding disorder, and that number increases to 80% in children with developmental delays. [1] So if you have a child who struggles with food, know you are not alone. In fact, I’ve worked with hundreds of...

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Strategies for Picky Eaters

If you have a picky eater, don’t despair.  You are not alone.  Many of my clients particularly those with autism) are very picky eaters – I’ve had children that could tell the difference between two lot numbers of a...

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