Moms, If Your Child Is a Fussy Eater, Try These Really Effective Tips!

Moms, If Your Child Is a Fussy Eater, Try These Really Effective Tips!

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We mommies always worry about our kids’ health and we always taking care of their eating habits. The whole day goes in making yummy and different recipes for our kids. Nowadays moms worry a lot. The reason being that their child is a fussy eater. 
 
When my son Reyansh was an infant, his eating habits were good. I always gave him nutritional food and fruits like upma, banana, khichdi, rice, dal, halwa, kheer, and potato, which he enjoyed. But after some time, his eating habits changed. Whenever I tried to make him eat, he said no Mumma. I was worried about this habit.
 
Because our kids are of growing age, and for proper growth and development, they need complete nutrition. Without food, how can they get nutrition? I tried every possible way. I offered him different recipes daily, then introduce him to all veggies and dishes related items. I even gave him time. But nothing worked for my son. 
 
According to research, 25% of kids from the ages 1.5 years to 5 years become fussy eaters.
 
Then I set up a timetable for him to wake up on time, then brush his teeth, bathe and have breakfast. His lunchtime snacks, dinner and sleep on time. He hardly slept from 8:30 pm to 9 pm in the night. In the beginning, it was difficult for him to follow this timetable, but slowly, everything was set. It’s also good for his health and development. 
 
Actually, he plays for the whole day. He studies and tries to write and perform other activities. He really needs the energy. So he feels hungry and wants something for energy. A timetable will also help kids in their future good habits and will help during school hours.
 
Mommies, if your child is also a fussy eater, try this really effective habit for your child. It’s my personal experience, and I know every child and their habits are different. But, I hope this will work for your child. 
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