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Picky eating: Why it happens and what you can do to help

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If your kid is a picky eater, you’re not alone. What’s behind picky eating? And should we even be calling it that?  

In this episode, hosts Amanda Morin and Gretchen Vierstra dig into picky eating with  Keri Wilmot, a pediatric occupational therapist. Keri shares constructive ways to talk about picky eating — and how to find out what’s behind it. Listen in to get tips for introducing new foods to kids, including a trick for encouraging more bites. Find out how to rein in expectations about what kids will eat. And learn what Keri uses as a surprising “gateway” vegetable.  

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