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Getting By


August 30, 2017

Does your child refuse to eat certain foods because of its color or texture, or, even, no reason at all? Not to worry. It is quite common for children ages 2-5 and is temporary. As long as he or she is growing and has plenty of energy, they are most likely eating enough to be healthy. If you have concerns, talk to your child’s doctor.

Here are some tips to help with your child’s selective eating behaviors.

*Let your child pick out fruits and vegetables at the store.

*Have your child help you prepare meals. This helps them to learn about food and get excited about tasting the food they...

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