Parental influences on children's eating behaviour and characteristics of successful parent-focussed interventions.

@article{Mitchell2013ParentalIO,
  title={Parental influences on children's eating behaviour and characteristics of successful parent-focussed interventions.},
  author={Gemma L Mitchell and Claire V Farrow and Emma Haycraft and Caroline Meyer},
  journal={Appetite},
  year={2013},
  volume={60 1},
  pages={85-94}
}
Parental reports suggest that difficulties related to child-feeding and children's eating behaviour are extremely common. While 'fussy eating' does not pose an immediate threat to health, over the long-term, consumption of a poor diet can contribute to the development of a range of otherwise preventable diseases. In addition, the stress and anxiety that can surround difficult mealtimes can have a detrimental impact upon both child and parental psychological wellbeing. Since parents have a great… CONTINUE READING
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