How to Cope with Fussy Eating
Is your baby or child showing signs of fussy eating? You might find they’re refusing food at meal times, pushing their plates away, or just eating a very limited selection of familiar foods. Charlotte knows how frustrating this issue can be, and just how much stress it causes for parents and carers.
Please know – you’re not alone! This factsheet provides support to anyone coping with picky eating at home and offers reassurance that it’s perfectly normal. It will also be useful for those of you who would like to try and prevent this troublesome issue before it starts.
- What fussy eating is
- Why it happens
- Questions to ask and things to look out for
- 3 key strategies
- Top tips you can action today
How to Cope with Fussy Eating Download
It was fantastic to work with Charlotte on our latest NPD project and she has been absolutely integral to the launch of our exciting new milk, Arla Big Milk. It has meant a lot to have Charlotte’s extensive expertise and enthusiasm and she has been integral in the development of Big Milk, helping us to understand the real nutritional needs of children aged 1-5, so we could develop the right recipe for our milk. Charlotte is naturally engaging, full of enthusiasm, and makes nutritional information accessible and easy to understand for all audiences. She has also truly gone out of her way to support with our events and activities. I look forward to working with her again in the future.