Fussy eating is a common phase of development which most toddlers will experience at some point. It commonly occurs around 18 months when children become instinctively wary of certain foods. Some children may refuse to eat new foods and others will prefer food of a certain colour, texture or flavour which limits the variety in their diet.
Most fussy or faddy eating resolves itself with time and is nothing to worry about. Take a look at this short video clip to find out more about fussy eating and what you can do to overcome it or get in touch with Catherine for more support.
Catherine offers a bespoke one-2-one fussy eating service which can be tailored to suit your family. Typically this might include;
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