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Cute Video - Children Tasting Food for the First Time

<a href="/blogs/2013/05/06/cute-video-children-tasting-food-for-the-first-time">Cute Video - Children Tasting Food for the First Time</a>

Showed at TEDx Sydney April 2013 - a slow motion video of children's faces tasting certain foods for the first time: anchovies, yoghurt, pickles, Vegemite ... by Saatchi. Called The First Taste Read full article

Is Your Child a Picky Eater?

<a href="/articles/is-your-child-a-picky-eater">Is Your Child a Picky Eater?</a>

Having a child who is a picky eater or fussy eater has been identified by families as a major barrier to having regular shared family mealtimes. Parents serve as important role models in helping children develop healthy eating habits. This is especially important as food preferences are formed early and remain stable throughout childhood. This article contains great tips and comes from the Family Resiliency Center, University of Illinois. Read full article

Does BPA in Food Packaging Cause Behaviour Problems in Children?

<a href="/articles/does-bpa-in-food-packaging-cause-behaviour-problems-in-children">Does BPA in Food Packaging Cause Behaviour Problems in Children?</a>

Bisphenol A , also called BPA, is a chemical found in plastics that has been reported as possibly harmful to human health if ingested in large quantities. Parents have been especially interested in this news because BPA has been used in plastic polycarbonate baby bottles and in plastic lined cans for many years. A study published this week in the journal Pediatrics, has brought the topic back into the news. And it’s easy to interpret a headline in, for example, the Washington Post, with some alarm: “Study Links BPA Exposure in Womb to Behavior Problems in Toddler Girls”. Read full article