Picky Eaters

Is your kid a picky eater? Use these techniques to win mealtime battles. Check out our tips for introducing new foods in a way that will win them over.

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It’s Totally OK If Your Kid Just Eats the Bread During Holiday Dinner

We’re all for encouraging adventurous eating, but the holidays aren’t the time to stress out about it. Here's how to handle your picky eater and anyone who notices during your festive dinner party.

7 Foods Your Kid Doesn't Like (Yet)

Think she hates cauliflower (or fish, or lentils, or...)? You might be right, or maybe you’ve just given up too soon.

How I Stopped Stressing Out Over Picky Eating

No, my kids aren't perfect eaters. But I'm a whole lot happier now thanks to these four strategies.

4 Tips to Stop Arguing About Your Child's Picky Eating

Picky eating is stressful—especially if you and your spouse disagree on the best way to handle it. Here are four tips on how to be a united front.

How My Kids Started to Eat Like Adults (and Yours Can Too)

One mom shares the six key changes—all based on lessons learned in feeding therapy—that transformed her picky eater into an adventurous and appreciative one. #Goals.

More Picky Eaters

Double the Number of Foods Your Kid Likes!

Use her favorite dishes—even pizza—as a starting point on the path to healthier fare. It’s part of a research-proven strategy that’s worked for hundreds of fussy kids at one of the nation’s top children’s hospitals.

When Your Child Is Skinny

At a time when one in three kids weighs too much, an inability to pack on pounds might seem like a minor issue. But some slender children have health concerns of their own.

Sneak In Some Veggies

Slip in a little green to make your kids' favorite lunch and dinner choices healthier.