My sister-in-law's oldest child is a girl, and will only eat "pure foods" like Mac & Cheese without the cheese, (plain pasta). from the veggie category she will only eat carrots, from the fruit category she does really good but will not eat melons. Thier daughter is now 7, and is very strong in her opinion. They came over last night and we had enchilladas, and she was scared to eat them, cause they were mixed together. now she would've eatten the tortillas alone. we believe this will eventuall affect her health. please any ideas for taking the 'ICK' outta PICKY EATTER.Answer Question
you really dont.... she isnt your kid. does she have other sensory issues? there is no nutritional value in mixing foods together. if she eats them separately, they wont count less toward nutrition...you leave that one alone and dont get offended when she doesnt eat your food.
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