I recently worked with a family who had two young children both with sensory issues and both with very limited diets.
In fact the classic selective eater repertoire of toast, crackers, yoghurt and a raw carrot or peeled apple for variety. This was breakfast, snacks, lunch and dinner.
When we get into this situation it's really easy to feel totally defeated. None of our fabulous meals get eaten. The best of the "picky eater" recipes from Pinterest get rejected without even a look. We see our children eating less and less variety whilst all the other kids seem to be eating more.
However, there is always hope. It doesn't matter how restrictive a diet your child has, there is a solution.
These two boys are now not only eating a wider variety of carbs but they are trying new foods - including veggies!!
Their mother has been amazing. She has consistently followed a plan and implemented it regardless of how challenging things can become. And she is seeing results.
I love to work with families to show them a path out of the woods. We are often too caught up in things ourselves to be able to figure out how to make progress. Having someone looking in from the outside can often reveal solutions that we just can't see for ourselves.
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