Schoolgirl only ate Yorkshire puddings for dinner for 7 years

A schoolgirl who was addicted to Yorkshire puddings has finally eaten a proper meal - thanks to hypnosis. Tallulah Dent, 11, munched six plain Aunt Bessie’s for dinner every day since she was aged four. The youngster ate at least 24 a week and even devoured a plate of the crispy battered puds on Christmas Day instead of turkey and vegetables. She couldn't stand trying new foods like cheese sandwiches or chicken which made her feel physically sick and gag. Her worried mum Gemma desperately tried to encourager Tallulah to try other foods but she was unable to keep anything else down. Gemma contacted cognitive behavioural hypnotherapist David Kilmurry after Tallulah was diagnosed with ARFID — avoidant-restrictive food intake disorder. She underwent 12 intense weeks of hypnotherapy sessions and now Tallulah is trying all kinds of new foods.