11/23/2010

A nutrition study showed that mothers who imposed food restrictions were more likely to say their children would overindulge if allowed to do so, while mothers who pressured their children to eat tended to say they were more fussy about their meals. The findings "are consistent with the idea that mothers' feeding practices are, to some extent, responsive to their children's predispositions toward food," the researchers wrote.

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