Parents could banish their children's fussy eating habits by follow...

Parents could banish their children's fussy eating habits by following three simple steps, a new study suggests. Introducing the 'three Rs' -- Repetition, Role Modelling and Rewards -- at meal times could help parents to get their children to eat, and even like, new vegetables,...

By repeatedly exposing a child to a certain food ('repetition'), eating it first and show them how tasty it is ('role modelling') and praising them for trying it ('rewards'), a parent can help positively change their child's attitude to the food.

The study found that introducing the 'three Rs' dramatically increased children's liking and consumption of vegetables that they previously disliked.

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