Selective eating

Selective eating is a childhood condition in which food intake is limited to a very narrow range of preferred foods, typically high in carbohydrates. Weight is generally not adversely affected, and the child is not preoccupied with weight and shape. The pattern is typically temporary and most problems tend to resolve with age. Growth may be affected. Article.

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