4 Cheap and Cheerful Tools for Getting Picky Eaters to Try New Foods


Kids tend to gravitate to certain food groups (or shy away from them).  Some little ones avoid vegetables or anything green, whereas my daughter was anti-protein for a loooong time.

As a Certified Nutritionist, I knew Sienna’s diet was lacking nutritionally, so the pressure was on to help her (my former picky eater) try new foods.  Especially foods that were superior sources of iron.

It wasn’t until I dug into the research and earned Certifications in Picky Eating/Problem Feeding that I truly understood why she wasn’t eating well (what I was doing ‘wrong’ in some cases).  And what it would take to help her eat better (for a child who seemed to have NO appetite).

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