This study examined food fussiness in overweight/obese children who participated in family-based behavioral weight loss treatment. It was found that decreases in FF were associated with greater reductions in child body mass index and improved overall diet quality.
Hayes et al. (2016). Decreasing food fussiness in children with obesity leads to greater weight loss in family-based treatment. Obesity, DOI: 10.1002/oby.21622.