Mastering kids meals, fussy eating, and nutrition

Part of the Kinderling Conversation for parents. Weekdays 12pm-1pm.

Wed 2 May 2018

18 mins

It's a truth universally acknowledged (at least in our homes) that most kids go through a stage of fussy eating. Most parents can reach their wits end trying to figure out sneaky ways to trick their little ones into eating something with a smidge of nutrition to it.

Simplot Nutritionist Kim Tikellis, talks through questions from you audience about fussy eaters.

Listen to Kim address everything from babies who put more food on the floor than in their mouths to four year olds who have sworn off red meat.

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