Alternatives to restrictive feeding practices to promote self-regulation in childhood: a developmental perspective.

@article{Rollins2016AlternativesTR,
  title={Alternatives to restrictive feeding practices to promote self-regulation in childhood: a developmental perspective.},
  author={Brandi Y. Rollins and Jennifer S. Savage and Jennifer Orlet Fisher and Leann Lipps Birch},
  journal={Pediatric obesity},
  year={2016},
  volume={11 5},
  pages={326-32}
}
Intake of energy-dense snack foods is high among US children. Although the use of restrictive feeding practices has been shown to be counterproductive, there is very limited evidence for effective alternatives to restriction that help children moderate their intake of these foods and that facilitate the development of self-regulation in childhood. The developmental literature on parenting and child outcomes may provide insights into alternatives to restrictive feeding practices. This review… CONTINUE READING
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