Tercio Whilst I agree about feeding kids what you eat and I have never seen a cat skeleton in a tree LOL I think fussy eating is something to be mindful off as a 'possible' precursor for other health issues. As this is a primal forum I imagine that all of us know the health problems that can arise from a diet full of grains. Fussy eating is a very early sign of GAPS which if anyone has read the book brings to light severe problems like autism. Sure lots of kids just don't like some foods and I'm not suggesting that all fussy kids have GAPS or any other health issues for that matter, I'm just saying that the amount of grains in the diet is something to be mindful off especially if other symptoms start to arise like fussy eating. The reason I am focusing on grains is because kids (or adults) with underlying health issues seem to be fussy and crave grains and sweet foods.
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Okay, seriously, what do I feed my picky toddler?