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How to Maybe Possibly Hopefully Raise a Non-Picky Eater

There were very specific measures we took to try and ensure that our son Noah is more of an adventurous eater than the no-food-can-be-touching-my-God-get-this-green-stuff-away-from-me eater. And regardless of the outcome, I think they’re all steps toward healthy eating habits — which is worth discussing, regardless.
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Review 1 for How to Maybe Possibly Hopefully Raise a Non-Picky Eater

Date:May 8, 2014
Now if I could just get my husband on board with all of it, it might actually work. He is meat and potatoes and that's it. I eat about 6 oz. of red meat every two weeks and about 16 oz. of chicken, besides them the rest is pretty much veggies. I hope L eats like me.
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Review 2 for How to Maybe Possibly Hopefully Raise a Non-Picky Eater

Date:November 26, 2013
I have always offered a wide variety of different foods to my little ones and if they did not like it the first time then try again another time, and just keep trying numerous times and you will find that most often your child will eat most things eventually even if they are not their favorite things. Their tastes change over time and just because they do not like something the first or first few times does not rule out them liking it eventually. If you do not do things in this manner from the very beginning then you are just asking for your kids to refuse to try new things altogether as they get a little older and hit that " stubborn attitude stage" and will use refusing things as a way to assert their new found independence with you.
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Review 3 for How to Maybe Possibly Hopefully Raise a Non-Picky Eater

Date:September 21, 2013
Our 4 year old daughter has always been a very picky eater even in the beginning. Recently we have started trying the you have to take at least one bite and that seems to work. As someone else said below, her mood about taking the bite depends on the day. On bad mood days, we sometimes try to entice her with being able to do something she likes or a small treat. This might not be the best solution but it usually works.
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Review 4 for How to Maybe Possibly Hopefully Raise a Non-Picky Eater

Date:August 30, 2013
My oldest is a very picky eater...we now have a "No Thank You Bite" rule. If he doesn't want to eat or try what's on his plate, he has to give it a no thank you bite before he's excused. Worked pretty well so far!
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Review 5 for How to Maybe Possibly Hopefully Raise a Non-Picky Eater

Date:July 1, 2013
I think trying new foods comes and goes with the toddler's mood. This is why I never eliminate foods after I get a "NO" at the dinner table. Some weeks he is more acceptable of new foods; some weeks he is not. As he gets older, he is trying more foods. The key seems to be imitating his father. If Daddy eats it, so does he.
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Review 6 for How to Maybe Possibly Hopefully Raise a Non-Picky Eater

Date:June 28, 2013
These ideas work great on my 4 year old. He eats a nice variety of foods. My older child however, has Sensory Processing Disorder. So.....all the ideas and tricks go out the window. None of these things worked with her. She is still picky. I just make accommodations within reason.
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Review 7 for How to Maybe Possibly Hopefully Raise a Non-Picky Eater

Date:June 11, 2013
my daughter use to be so picky that it wasnt even funny. we almost gave up on even trying to give her meat at meal times because she wouldnt even touch them. she just kept throwing the meat on the floor and saying yuckie momma. but we where very persistant with it and continued to give her meat. now she will eat meat, not all the time, but that was not the point. i think if you are persistant with your child they might learn to give up and try some of the foods that you are offering and hopefully like them :) good luck
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