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Food choices of a child Birch [16] found that children eat what they like and leave the rest. Preschool children also may not accept foods that touched each other on the plate or may refuse broken crackers [17]. Preferences for sweet taste, possibly for salt taste, and the sour and bitter tastes are unlearned [16].... show more Food choices of a child
Birch [16] found that children eat what they like and
leave the rest. Preschool children also may not accept foods
that touched each other on the plate or may refuse broken
crackers [17]. Preferences for sweet taste, possibly for salt
taste, and the sour and bitter tastes are unlearned [16]. There
is limited evidence of a genetic effect on food preferences,
but there are genetic differences in taste sensitivity and the
response to basic tastes [16].
Fussy eaters
Children often have fussy or picky eating behaviors,
some for only short periods and some for an extended
period [18], and have a very limited food choice [1]. Pelchat
[18] stated that picky eating describes a number of related
but separate feeding problems, e.g., unwillingness to try
novel foods, eating only a limited range of foods, and eating
insufficient quantities of food for adequate nutrition. It
should be noted that parents’ perceptions play a role in
whether they regard their children as fussy eaters.
Super tasters and super smellers
Breakey [19] investigated hyperkinetic children and
found that these children had a supersensitivity to texture,
temperature change, and taste, so that a new food placed in
the mouth produced a reaction in the child similar to that of
scratching on a blackboard in someone with supersensitive
hearing. Some children are also sensitive to food prepared
and/or stored in aluminum and/or cardboard.
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