Childhood Nutrition


It has been experienced that child is overweight or obese. Despite all the focus on kids being overweight and obese, many parents are still confused, especially when it comes to what kids eat. How much does your child need? Is he getting enough calcium? Enough iron? Too much fat? During this stage of life, it's almost all about Breast milk or formula or combined will provide practically every nutrient a baby needs for the first year of life. However the child's diet should include peeled, cooked and mashed vegetables, grains, pulses and fruit, some oil, as well as fish, eggs, chicken, meat or dairy products to provide vitamins and minerals. 

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Jatindranath Das
5 months ago

2 answers


Mind over matter! A child's nutrition absorbing ability and overall wellness largely depends on his/her realtionship with parents and the nurturing environment that he grows up in. Lovable, adorable caring parents that provide the right values and loving care raise confident kids, and this confidence translates into better respect for parents advice on healthy eating. Competitive, individual sports (tennis, badminton etc) needs to be part of the growing up years to ensure better digestion of nutrition, athletic fitness and also sociability finesse of the child in the growing years.. Thus a judicious combination of enjoyable competitive individual sports (regular fitness exercises) with scientifically balanced food options to make meals tasty, trendy and nutritive are way2go in a home atmosphere where peace and loving care reigns supreme!

Anshumali Saxena
5 months ago

Obesity is caused by an imbalance between energy intake and energy expenditure. Main causes are genetic risk factors and hereditary causes, physical inactivity, poor dietary pattern.

Ibitoye Segun Emmanuel
4 months ago

Have some input?