Children who are fussy eaters only have parents to blame, says John Niven

Children who are fussy eaters only have parents to blame, says John Niven
 

A NEW survey throws a lifeline to parents with children who are what they would call “fussy eaters”.
Apparently it might be genetic. That’s right, UK research into 2000 pairs of 16-month-old twins has suggested that kids’ dislike of certain foods could be hardwired into their DNA.
To which my reply would be, as Basil Fawlty memorably put it, “what a bunch of arse”.
As regular readers will know, “fussy eaters”, “plain eaters”, whatever you want to call them, drive me up the pole.
And I fear many parents only have themselves to blame.
You regularly see families eating two separate meals: one... read more

 
16 October 2016 in Lifestyle, Views: 71
Source: Daily Record
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