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Macronutrient intakes not compromised in children with picky eating
 

Macronutrient intakes not compromised in children with picky eating

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Picky eating (PE), characterized by an unwillingness to eat certain foods and by strong food preferences, does not compromise macronutrient consumptions, but zinc and iron intakes are lower in picky eaters than in nonpicky eaters, a recent study has found.
 
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20 Dec 2016 - General
 
It is common for young children to be picky eaters and as a parent it is definitely a challenge to guide or bring them up as healthy food eaters especially if the parent is not fond of vegetables as well. :) Today, we had a visit from our health visi...
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It is good to know that picky food eaters do not compromise macronutrient consumption rather it has been noticed that zinc and iron intakes are lower in picky food eaters than in non-picky food eaters. Picky eating is characterized by an unwillingnes...
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