9 Tips and Healthy Recipes for Picky Kids

Blame it on instincts left over from the caveman days or the fast-food industry's multi-billion dollar marketing budget. Either way, your kids want sweet and salty foods--and they want them now. Meanwhile, you want them to eat kale and salmon without holding their nose or throwing a tantrum.

What's a parent to do? Never give up. Don't abort your greens-and-fatty-fish mission or give into a plea for cereal laden with Red Dye #40. With daily effort and a strong conviction, you may be able to break the picky-eater habit.

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