Are your kids “picky” eaters? In this vid, I cover how I and millions of others were cured of this affliction! Yes, you can cure your kids too…. 🙂

  1. Jim 11 years ago

    Outstanding video. The problem apparently occurs when transitioning from liquid to whole food to the food the adult family is eating and stalls somewhere along the way. I suspect that a big part is guilt and/or offending/upsetting someone.
    Our society has placed this disproportionate emphasis on offending/upsetting others. In some cases placing offending others before justice. You even mention offending others several times in your video. I get that offending clients or potential clients is a different situation, unfortunately most of us have been conditioned to avoid offending others as the foremost priority in almost all situations…

    • Author
      Will Brink 11 years ago

      Glad you enjoyed it Jim. Good feedback I’m an equal opportunity offender 🙂

  2. Lynn Johnson 11 years ago

    Timely, I have a picky eater. But he just misses some means.
    Valuable but could you invest in a Radio Shack clip on microphone, so you don’t have all these echos?

    • Author
      Will Brink 11 years ago

      I’ll that under advisement Lynn!

    • Jeff 11 years ago

      I thought the audio was fine, sometimes if you get the audio from a clip on mic it just doesn’t sound very natural.

  3. Jeff 11 years ago

    Excellent video. I have witnessed this quite a bit with kids, although I often thought they were just spoiled brats, but of course sometimes they aren’t spoiled, they just haven’t been trained to accept foods with flavors or textures they might not enjoy. And these kids are not always overweight, they can look perfectly healthy, They tell mom they want mac and cheese 5 nights/week, and cheese quesadillas on the other nights, no milk, vegetables, meat, or any semblance of a balanced diet. I have to wonder how much of it is the parents ignorance about nutrition, and how much of it is the kids running the parents lives instead of the other way around. I hope we’re not raising a generation of narcissistic undisciplined brats.

    • Author
      Will Brink 11 years ago

      “I hope we’re not raising a generation of narcissistic undisciplined brats.”
      Too late! 🙂

    • Jeff 11 years ago

      LOL! I fear that if they don’t learn some discipline and self-control, not only will they have health problems later in life but from an economic stand point the gap between the haves and have-nots will widen, i.e. they will have-not while those who buckle down, save, and make it happen career wise will have a whole lot more.

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