Fussy Eating is when someone (usually a toddler) refuses to try a new food at least 50% of the time. This means pretty much most toddlers go through a phase of fussy eating at least one point in time.

Dietitians can help parents of fussy eaters by:

  • discussing strategies for introducing new foods
  • discussing the child’s daily nutritional requirements
  • ensuring a child’s diet is nourishing despite limited food choices.

If you would like to book an appointment with a Dietitian then Search for a Dietitian in your area.

For further reading…

The Raising Children Network
This information based website offer loads of resources for parents of babies through to teenagers.

S.O.S Approach
This approach helps parents who have children that have had long term feeding difficulties.

Ellyn Satter
Ellyn is an expert in the field of nutrition and specialises in helping people (adults and children) to become competent eaters.