RD: Pressuring picky eaters to try foods may not be best plan

12/3/2013 | U.S. News & World Report

There are better strategies for dealing with picky eaters than the common "one-bite" rule that can create a negative eating experience for children, registered dietitian Melinda Johnson writes. Other options Johnson recommends include setting structured meal times that eliminate between-meals snacking and serving foods that have been rejected a few times to see if a child will try them.

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