Development of food variety in children

@article{Nicklaus2009DevelopmentOF,
  title={Development of food variety in children},
  author={Sophie Nicklaus},
  journal={Appetite},
  year={2009},
  volume={52},
  pages={253-255}
}
Eating a variety of foods is essential to achieve adequate coverage of macro- and micronutrient needs. We expose here how eating habits for a variety of foods develop in childhood, from early infancy on. Preferences for specific flavours might develop early, through milk-related flavour exposures. Breastfeeding favours the acquisition of a taste for a variety of foods. At introduction of solid foods, food preferences develop thanks to repeated exposures to a variety of foods. The persistence of… CONTINUE READING
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