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Fussy Eating

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  • Author: gilliangillies

It's natural for parents to worry about whether their child is getting enough food, especially if they refuse to eat sometimes.

The trick is not to worry about what your child eats in a day, or if they don’t eat everything at mealtimes. It’s more important to think about what they eat over a week.

As long as your child is active and gaining weight, and it’s obvious they’re not ill, then they’re getting enough to eat, even if it may not seem like it to you.

Take a look at our fussy eating advice on the download below: