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Analyzing picture books for nutrition education

(Elsevier Health Sciences) Feeding children can be a challenging process for many parents. A previous study found 46 percent of preschoolers were picky eaters and 40 percent of picky eaters remained picky for two or more years. Nutrition education and recommended feeding practices may help parents deal with feeding problems and shorten their duration. Books may be used as resources to help teach children to overcome poor eating habits.
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