Fussiness about food is a normal part of a child’s development.
Most parents can relate to the daily challenge of finding foods that children will eat. Parents are also worried about their child’s preferred diet of nuggets and noodles which could lead to a nutritional deficit.
Parents of young children are panicking more than ever about whether they are feeding their children the right food.
Young children are naturally neophobic — they have a distrust of the new. Even the most determined parents can be cowed by a child’s resolve to eat nothing rather than try something new. As a result, parents often give in, deciding that a bowl of Cocoa Puffs, while not ideal, must be better than no food at all. A series of simple meal-time strategies can help even the pickiest eater learn to like a more varied diet.
What quantity, quality of food should be served to children is everyday dilemma is for a parent. This article will help you find the answer.