Home Get Your Picky Eater to Eat Healthier. Professional Advice from a Registered Dietitian My suggestion is simple: limit the availability of these foods in your home. Do not ban children from these foods, but try to teach them that they are meant to be enjoyed on an occasional basis.

My suggestion is simple: limit the availability of these foods in your home. Do not ban children from these foods, but try to teach them that they are meant to be enjoyed on an occasional basis.

This may not always be possible, but it is advisable that you eat meals together with your picky eater as often as possible.

My suggestion is simple: limit the availability of these foods in your home. Do not ban children from these foods, but try to teach them that they are meant to be enjoyed on an occasional basis.

Setting a good example will not guarantee you success but it will provide you with a strong foundation to achieve it
A strategically prepared healthy lunch and snack will go a long way to ensuring this time is spent eating well.