Getting children to eat healthily can be challenging, let alone trying to get them to show enthusiasm to eat fruit and veggies – particularly when they’re constantly exposed to so many junk food options.
Many parents of fussy eaters are all-too familiar with the catch-22 situation; they would rather see their child eat junk than letting them go hungry. Understandable. But, is it actually doing more harm than good in the long run?
If the habit continues for a prolonged period, it may result in the child becoming more demanding about the foods they eat – which may have a long-lasting and damaging effect on their relationship with food. But, there are treatment options available; hypnotherapy is one proven method of helping fussy eaters change their relationship with food.
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