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This is a consensus document from Dietitian/Materials Online, "NEMO", team. Disclaimer: http://www.health.qld.gov.au/masters/copyright.asp Reviewed: December 2013 Due for review: December 2015 Guidelines for fussy eating Meal times are a common source of stress for parents. Often children learn Always remember that healthy . What should I offer & how much? Try not to put too much on your child’s plate; offer nutritious foods regularly (about 5-6 times a day). for your child’s age. Offer your child the same food the preparing separate meals. Finger foods may be easier to Avoid giving drinks or snacks one hour before meals. This will help for their meal. Ensure food is the appropriate texture for your child. If your child is ular texture, try other foods with similar nutrients. For grated vegetables instead of cooked vegetables. Provide your child with options at two options. For example, let them choose between two types of fruit or two sandwich fillings. Limit milk and dairy foods to two Avoid giving your child soft drink or foods and they provide little nutrition. This is a consensus document from Dietitian/Materials Online, "NEMO", team. Disclaimer: http://www.health.qld.gov.au/masters/copyright.asp Reviewed: December 2013 Due for review: December 2015 Praise good behaviour: Give plenty of positive and praise. Avoid focusing on the ‘unwanted’ or Praise at least one thing at every meal your vegies”). Forcing the issue Stay calm; never fo Try to avoid bribing your child with the reward, but usually they end up Avoid substituting favourite foods for Offer rewards other than food, such as What if they don’t eat? If your child refuses a meal, stop and If your child eats poorly at a meal, wait Look at the big picture: have they only Avoid substituting uneaten meals with yogurt / custard or chips & biscuits. For further information contact your Dietitian or Nutritionist: _______________________________ _______________________________ References: 1. Nutrition Australia fact sheets; available: www.nutritionaustralia.org.au 2. Ellyn Satter Institute: http://www.ellynsatterinstitute.org

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