But some adults struggle with debilitating aversions to food. For others, the texture of food is an issue, or “being more sensitive to tastes and smells. . attempts at force feeding which only served to reinforce the problem.
Picky eaters are able to eat at least one food from most texture groups (chewy, Problem feeders often refuse entire food groups (for example, avoiding all meat, families fall into is to prepare food for the kids and different food for the adults.
Struggles with refusing textures like meats and vegetables can leave However, it has been found that selective eating and feeding issues are.
Adults with selective eating disorder experience food differently from other people. to an extreme sensitivity to the smell or texture of food that is often associated with problem tied to the custom of feeding children different food from adults.