Start with foods your child readily eats that are soft, crunch etc, that are healthy, this incorporates multi-sensory learning into the eating process, along with using direct play with younger children. (ie. Try Ranosaurous Rex and Betty Baby Bites)
Determine if it is balanced, if not balance the amount they are eating ie: fruits and vegetables
Are they eating too much 'bad/junk food' and processed foods. Offer whole foods, real foods,
Control foods available at home, limit snacks to fruits, plain yogurt, healthier snack foods and their tastebuds will readjust.
Add discipline, eat together at home, limit distractions.
Involve your child in the process of cooking to get them to eat as well.
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