Feeding a toddler can be a huge challenge – some eat everything put in front of them, some barely seem to eat.
It can be worrying to see your child barely eat but toddlers – children from 18 months to 3 years – often have really variable food intakes. For the majority of children this evens out and isn’t a problem. They have a wonderful inbuilt mechanism that, when offered a variety of foods, means they thrive and somehow manage to get the right amounts of nutrients over a few days even if over a single mealtime or even a single day it feels like they are going to fade away.
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What should I feed my toddler? When children are toddlers – from 1-year to 3-years-old – their brains and bodies are growing fast. Food and drink provide the building blocks for brains and body growth but what food should they be having?
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Pea is a 16-year-old with a monster inside of her. “This monster – he’s always here,… and always telling me what to do. he’s responsible for my food problems – making it impossible to eat or try new things.”
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When does fussy eating become a diagnosable feeding or eating disorder?
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