As a parent, nothing can be more frustrating than when your child won't eat the foods you prepare for them. According to child nutrition expert, Ellyn Satter (1), parents should follow the “Division of Responsibility in Feeding”: The parent is responsible for what, when and where a child eats. The child is responsible for how much and whether they eat. Understanding and accepting this, along with the following tips, can take the “mania” out of mealtimes: Make sure your child
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