This is the eternal crystal ball question.
Yesterday I was listening to an Australian pediatric dietician speak. She said that:
- 50% of children go through a "fussy" phase.
- 20% of those develop feeding issues
- 10+ % never grow out of those
That's enormous numbers of children who're having feeding issues and a frightening percentage who are going to have ongoing problems.
How do you know if your child will just "grow out of it" or whether it's something more than just a phase?
In my experience parents are usually very aware when there are alarm bells ringing. If you are worried you're probably right.
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Judith is passionate about good food and is even more passionate about enabling other people to enjoy the wide variety of fresh food available today.