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Food Chaining

What is food chaining?

Food chaining is a way of introduce new foods while building on past successful eating experiences. This is typically done with foods that someone with ARFID has enjoyed or is classed as a "safe" food.

Here's an example

The image below shows the chaining of food, starting with french fries and ended in a loaded jacket potato.


How does it work?

The main idea is to expand the diet to allow a young adult to eat food, not all foods from the same category but from food groups based on the foods they enjoy the most.

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