Handy Hacks To Balance Nutrition For A Fussy Eater
Mar 11, 2022, 2:30 pm - 3:30 pm
“My 3 year old is a fussy eater!”
“My toddler is picky about his eating habits!”
“I am fed up with the dining table battle with our fussy eater!”
Sounds familiar? Well,
So who is a “fussy eater”?
Is it the same as being a “picky eater”?
Fussy eater is a child who rejects food or is unwilling to try unfamiliar foods. The fussy eater would simply complain about the taste of food, push the food around the plate, keep the food in their mouth taking ages to finish it or hide the food items.
Picky eater on the other hand is someone who prefers only certain foods and rejects the rest.
Now, this means a big challenge for the parent. How does one ensure that the child gets their daily nutritional requirements?
We will focus on this important aspect in this Live workshop.
What is fussy eating?
How to deal with fussy eaters?
What is the behavioral pattern of a fussy Eater? Help us understand their psychology.
How can parents tackle this behavior starting early?
What makes a balanced nutrition for a toddler? What are the key nutrients?
How to ensure nutrition for a Fussy eater? Please share simple hacks
How can a picky eater have a balanced diet?
Join us in this parentune workshop to learn the Handy Hacks To Balance Nutrition For A Fussy Eater with Nutrition Expert Avanee Mehta Parekh.
Register and ask your questions now.
Disclaimer: This content is supported by Nestle Ceregrow. A child needs more nutrition than an adult. Each bowl of Ceregrow contains the goodness of grains, milk & fruits and makes up for the lack of sufficient nutrition.
Avanee Mehta Parekh, Nutritionist & Food Therapist
Nutritionist & Food Therapist
| Mar 11, 2022
Please help me with your valuable inputs as I am really worried about my children's health. They keep asking for noodles, pasta ,pizza, burgers etc. They just don't eat vegetables, daals , etc. In fruits also they like mango only. I have tried but have failed in all my attempts. How can I make them eat healthy food? They are 5 years and 3. 7 years old respectively and both have their weight on the higher side.
| Mar 11, 2022
Ma'am how can we split the meal in terms of protein , carbohydrates, fats, vitamins and minerals for children? My child is 3. 4 years old and I am not able to decide upon in how much quantity daal,chapati, fruit , vegetables be given so that it can meet his requirements.
| Mar 11, 2022
My son who is 2. 8 years old keeps food in one corner of the mouth and doens't like to chew it. I have to sit with him for hours to finish one meal. How can I make him chew food faster? Also please suggest what all I can serve him so that he finsihes his food easily and how do I ensure food being served is healthy too for him?
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