Parents who wish to encourage healthy eating in their children should start early and often, researchers from the University of Leeds have said. Lead researcher Professor Marion Hetherington, from the Institute of Psychological Sciences added:
If you want to encourage your children to eat vegetables, make sure you start early and often. Even if your child is fussy or does not like veggies, our study shows that five to 10 exposures will do the trick.
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