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Impact of Ontogeny, Genetics, and Early Experiences (2016)

Mennella, J. et al. 2016. Vegetable and Fruit Acceptance during Infancy: Impact of Ontogeny, Genetics, and Early Experiences. American Society for Nutrition, Advanced Nutrition Vol. 7(Suppl): 211-19.

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The authors of this study aim to review the “behavioral phenomena surrounding how to introduce vegetables and fruits into infants’ diets,” (p. 2115) as there is limited research on this topic. More studies exist on addressing picky eating conce ...

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Population:

Pediatric

Discipline:

SLP

Diagnosis:

Birth to 3Feeding and SwallowingPicky Eating