February 22nd, 2016
Episode 503 of 924 episodes
Food writer Bee Wilson and psychologist Dr Lucy Cooke join Jane Garvey to answer your questions about how to cope with fussy eaters. Following the huge response when we spoke to Bee about her book First Bite: How We Learn To Eat we return to the subject with a phone-in. How can we help children get over fussy eating habits and enjoy wide and varied diet? Can problems with picky eating turn into serious issues that affect health in later life? How does it affect your social and family life? If you'd like tips on changing food habits - whatever your age - or you want to share your experiences. Get in touch ... The lines will open on Monday morning at 8am. Phone 03700 100 400 Or you can email now via the website bbc.co.uk/womanshour - and leave a contact phone number.
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