"It was a challenge to get 21 different countries to agree, with totally different thoughts, idiosyncrasies, traditions and culture," said Vázquez. "We had to clarify definitions and totally conceptual issues. A titanic task: we talked about the fact that this project began 5 years ago and is only now being completed." Read more: Keep Reading >>
How does your income affect your child’s diet? It’s complicated
The personal reasons driving food choices in America are more complex than people realize, says the author of “How the Other Half Eats." Dec. 15, 2021, 10:11 AM EST / Source: TODAYBy A. Pawlowski The mom who lives in the $2 million house, the mom who is raising her kids in poverty — and the women in socioeconomic classes in between — all agree on what a healthy diet for their children Keep Reading >>
Essay on Food Neophobia and Picky Eating
Here is another article from class looking at the comparison of food neophobia and picky eating- research was looking at typically developing children. There is a lot of work to be done looking at these issues in children with special needs or developmental delay. Read if interested... Food neophobia and Picky eating Food neophobia and picky eating are frequently reported to coexist in Keep Reading >>
IAPFS Ask the Expert
From IAPFS IAPFS Ask the Expert We hope you can join us for our upcoming IAPFS Ask the Expert on Monday, April 19 from 3:00pm - 4:00pm EDT Ask the Expert is a new offering from IAPFS. We invite you to bring your challenging cases or clinical questions for discussion with our experts and other attendees. Ask the Expert is free to all through July, at which point it will Keep Reading >>
Picky eating: When is the time to act?
March 4, 2021Rachael Zimlich, RN, BSNContemporary PEDS Journal, Vol 38 No 3, Volume 38, Issue 03 Whether it’s getting a child to eat a certain vegetable, eat something other than chicken nuggets, most parents go through feeding struggles at some point. The question for pediatricians is knowing when to offer reassurance and support, and when to offer intervention. Read more Keep Reading >>
How to know if your child has pediatric feeding disorder online article
For many families, mealtimes can be a battle. Trying to get kids to try something outside the endless cycle of chicken nuggets and macaroni and cheese can feel like a never-ending negotiation. But while getting your kids to eat something of nutritional value is just a phase for many families, some parents are truly struggling to feed their children a proper meal. Read more here: Keep Reading >>
PFD AS A STAND-ALONE DIAGNOSIS
PFD ADVOCACY IN ACTION: PFD AS A STAND-ALONE DIAGNOSIS Published by Jaclyn Pederson, Feeding Matters CEO on Aug 28, 2020 More than a symptom, pediatric feeding disorder is its own diagnosis. Recently, Feeding Matters received word that the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) has officially approved Pediatric Feeding Disorder to be a stand-alone diagnostic code (R code) Keep Reading >>
Common Cultural Feeding Practices of Latino Families.
Some of you know that I recently went back to school to get my doctoral degree. That is one of the reasons you are seeing sporadic posts from me. I thought I would share some of the information that I am learning as I research different topics in pediatric feeding. Last semester, for one of my classes, I did a mini project looking at common cultural feeding practices in Latino families. Keep Reading >>
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