Picky eating

The term picky eating is typically used to characterise the behaviour of children who: eat a limited amount of food, have strong food preferences, have limited intake (particularly of vegetables), and/or are unwilling to try new foods (food neophobia). Picky eating is a relatively common behavioural problem that most children will eventually outgrow.

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