Picky Eating and Mealtime Distractions: 5 Ways to Eliminate Screen Time at the Table

Mealtime distractions tend to have a bad reputation. They’re associated with mindless and overeating. But you and your child probably have a very legitimate reason - or two or three - for incorporating distractions like TV, tablets, or toys at the table. If you’re ready to say have distraction-free meals, try these two methods for ending mealtime distractions for picky eaters.

Picky Eating and Mealtime Distractions: Why Picky Eaters Like TV at the Table (and Why So Many Experts Don't)

Mealtime distractions like TV, tablets, and toys are coping mechanisms. Both picky eaters and their parents can benefit from a distraction at mealtimes. Which is why when you think about it, it’s not so surprising that parents of picky eaters, children on the autism spectrum, and those with sensory food aversions resort to mealtime distractions.

How to Make One Meal for the Whole Family: 10 Easy Tips

This article will discuss how you can make one meal for your whole family - your picky eater included

If you’re making a special meal for your picky eater you’re certainly not alone. But making dinner for your family doesn’t have to be so hard. You can put an end to short-order cooking, get your family eating one meal, and save a ton of time and stress, all while feeling confident your picky eater is getting the nutrition they need.