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  • Michele Martin

    Food Chaining: A method for getting picky eaters to eat. Addresses lots of issues with special needs children such as texture aversion, cleft palate, gagging/vomiting, GERD, g-tube, etc. Repinned by SOS Inc. Resources.

  • Tonya Ezell

    Food Chaining: The Proven 6-Step Plan to Stop Picky Eating, Solve Feeding Problems, and Expand Your Child’s Diet

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Is it picky eating or a feeding disorder? More importantly, how can it be avoided in the first place?