Confessions from a Whole Food Mom with a Picky Eater

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  1. As a picky eater, I sympathize with Zeke and wish (wish, wish!) that my parents had put whole foods in front of me as a child like you are doing with yours. Many kudos to you for trying, and trying, and trying!

    On a side note: have you ever come across “It’s Not About Nutrition” by Dinah Rose? She writes about how to condition picky eaters to eat better. I have learned a lot about myself as an adult through her blog – how I have been conditioned to eat the same foods over and over because they are “safe”. Here is her site: http://www.itsnotaboutnutrition.com/top-ten/

    • erynlynum says:

      I have never heard of that, thanks so much for sharing! I will definitely check it out!

      I was actually extremely picky as a child. I feel bad now, understand what I put my own parents through 😉 But it reminds me also that even kids who start out picky can learn to eat a wide variety of foods. I’ll eat *almost* anything now.

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