Food refusal is a common problem among kids with Autism. Kids with Autism often tend to exhibit abnormal eating behavior, such as limited food options, due to sensitivity to various textures. We help kids with Autism accept a wider variety of food and develop other healthy eating habits, such as to develop an optimal eating (number of bits per unit of time) and healthy portion sizes, and healthy nutrient distribution. We also work on food-related behaviors, such as using utensils properly for eating, using napkins appropriatly and not playing with food. While this is mainly aimed towards kids with Autism, we feel as though anybody could benefit from these services if they want to eat healthier.