This Nutritionist Shares Practical Advice About Kids’ Psychology When It Comes To Food (30 Pics)
It’s Fun with Food Friday and today’s post is on blueberries. It’s common for kids to be skeptical about fruits and veggies! Depending on if they are ripe or not, fruit can have inconsistent taste! That inconsistency can be really hard for hesitant eaters. Sometimes we have BIG expectations for kids getting to mealtime and eating, and forget that kids are still learning! How we can help a hesitant eater: -Make those food experiences positive-they are less likely to reject the food immediately! -Let them explore that food with food play-No pressure situation can motivate eating -Make it simple, and something that works with your busy schedule This exercise is made with: -Blueberries (fresh or frozen), -Tooth picks and your kids imagination. It’s also a great way to Teach your kiddo how to safely use toothpicks.