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THERE COMES A TIME WHEN YOU HAVE TO STOP NEGOTIATING WITH YOUR KIDS, AFTER ALL YOU ARE PAYING THE BILLS RIGHT?? SO A RECENT SURVEY HAS GIVEN US SIX PROVEN WAYS TO DEAL WITH DEAL THEM PICKY EATING KIDS!!!! Offering your kids a reward for eating their vegetables probably won’t change their eating habits long-term, according to a recent study. A few strategies that work better are repeated exposure to a food they don’t like . . . setting a good example by eating the food yourself . . . and having them help cook it.Here are five strategies that tend to work better, according to the study . . .1. Repeated exposure to the food they don’t like. Meaning you keep serving it to them, and push them to eat it until they get used to the taste. 2. Setting a good example by eating the food yourself, and showing them you like it. 3. Preparing meals together and teaching them how to cook. 4. Hiding the taste with other flavors, like putting butter or cheese on vegetables. It’s not the healthiest option, but veggies with cheese are better than no veggies at all. 5. Making the food look more interesting by doing things with it, like arranging vegetables in the shape of a face. Obviously that one’s meant for 3 and 4-year-olds, not 14-year-olds. READ MORE.. (Daily Mail)