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    Introducing picky kids to the idea of intermittent fasting might work (ie. This is what there is to eat. If you don't eat it, you don't eat anything).

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    Quote Originally Posted by Primalchild View Post
    Introducing picky kids to the idea of intermittent fasting might work (ie. This is what there is to eat. If you don't eat it, you don't eat anything).
    Hahaha, yes, I see that in my very near future!

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    Primalchilds idea (especially the 'ie. part' of the idea was very litteral) was also introduced to my son when he was being de-bugged the picky-spoiled-brat-bud. It worked wonders. Let us hear how it goes?

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    Quote Originally Posted by dacec View Post
    I am going to teach him to enter what he eats into Fitday.com (anyone have a better one?) so that he can see how his diet is malnourishing him. I think that will make the actual *eating* of healthier foods a little easier for him, you know when he sees the bigger reason in black and white.

    I also liked the suggestion of having him read the book....which I don't own. Perhaps it is time to buy it
    Fitday has some extreme inaccuracies in both their database and their algorithm. I'd try for nutritiondata.com if you/he can make it work. It has the best info.

    He'll also definitely need a multi and some zinc.



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    Quote Originally Posted by cillakat View Post
    Fitday has some extreme inaccuracies in both their database and their algorithm. I'd try for nutritiondata.com if you/he can make it work. It has the best info.

    He'll also definitely need a multi and some zinc.
    Thanks, I will use that site then I appreciate the help!

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