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    Quote Originally Posted by laurea View Post
    Lol sounds familiar


    My 5yr old DS's fav food is broccoli too
    Nothing better than rounding out a meal with a side of 'trees'.

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    Wow, i don't know anyone who doesn't eat vegetables at all. I know some who are super fussy about it - only eating certain veggies or only if it is mixed in with stuff but not none at all.
    In all seriousness vegetables are among my most favourite of foods - i can't imagine not eating them.

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    But this girls bowels must be in terrible condition.....and don't even get me started on p00.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Shoopuf View Post
    Nothing better than rounding out a meal with a side of 'trees'.
    I love broccili. Especially with white sauce and cheese. Yummmm. *drooling now*

    (yeah I know the sauce and cheese isn't great but I think of it as extra calcium. )

    And DS loves it because I call it 'little trees' too.

    My DH won't eat it though unless I hide it.

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    I struggle to see how she even functions. I know if i go a week of eating cr2ppy food i feel really lethargic, depressed, sick etc. I can't imagine how it would feel to live off nuggets - how has she survived so long?

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    MM - But you know what it is like to feel good and healthy, if you have never had good nutrition you would likely not know the difference.

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    Good point SPG

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    We recently looked after a friends 14 month old son and found we had to be very creative with getting vegetables into him. He didn't want to eat anything but wheat products, so we ended up mixing mashed sweet potato with his weetbix.
    Not really sure how that would work if the only thing someone ate was mcnuggets though?

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    Quote Originally Posted by SpecialPatrolGroup View Post
    MM - But you know what it is like to feel good and healthy, if you have never had good nutrition you would likely not know the difference.
    yep sad hey. How can a parent allow it?

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    Quote Originally Posted by laurea View Post
    Wow, i would have thought she'd get sick of them. I couldn't eat the same thing every day personally.

    A little OT but has anyone met an adult that refuses to eat any vegeatables at all? (aside from potatoes? ) I have and found that very odd too.
    Yes my brother is almost 26 and doesn't eat veggies. Just potatoes.
    My uncle is the same
    I actually know many adults who don't eat many veggies
    My fil is the pickiest eater I've ever met apart from fussy children and he is in his 60s! Only eats potato, frozen peas, carrots and maybe beans


 

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