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Prep up for season change: Here’s a checklist

 Huda Shaikh
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Prep up for season change Heres a checklist

Acchuuuuuuhhhuuu!!! If you get this from your child every time the season changes, then it is a good idea to give your home and kitchen a quick makeover at the turn of the season. While change of season is inevitable, your child falling sick or not is in your hands – so let’s work on equipping these hands! Now the question is where to start your kitchen and home reform? Huda Shaikh, clinical nutritionist, tells you exactly how to prep up… Read on!


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 Huda Shaikh

| Sep 29, 2017

Most welcome Kavita :)

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 Huda Shaikh

| Sep 29, 2017

Hi Anisha,I am glad you share the same thoughts :)

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 Huda Shaikh

| Sep 29, 2017

Hi Suraj,Most welcome :)

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 Huda Shaikh

| Sep 29, 2017

Hi Nisha,Bone broth is broth which is usually made with bones which has little meat attached to it. It can be chicken bone broth or meat bone broth. You simply need to add it to water and simmer it. It is usually simmered for 8-10hrs in order to extract out the gelatin from the bones :) Hope you are clear about it now.

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 Huda Shaikh

| Sep 29, 2017

Hi Anil,Most welcome :)

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 Huda Shaikh

| Sep 29, 2017

Hi Savitha,Most welcome :)

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 Huda Shaikh

| Sep 29, 2017

Hi Puloma,Most welcome :)

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 Huda Shaikh

| Sep 29, 2017

Hi Shreya, You can give him grilled/roasted fish once in a while. Make sure it is properly cooked. As the rainy season is a breeding season for the fish,it is best to avoid it. However if your child loves fish once in a while if you give him properly cooked fish then should not be an issue.

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 Huda Shaikh

| Sep 29, 2017

Hi Hina,Most welcome. You can consume 2 small cups of Kahwa in a day. It is definitely effective in case you are unable to procure green tea.

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 Huda Shaikh

| Sep 29, 2017

Hi Sharda,Thank you :) No please refrain from giving green tea to your child,he is still very small. Do not introduce it before he turns an adult.

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 Huda Shaikh

| Sep 29, 2017

Hi Aman,I am glad you read all my blogs and find them informative,most welcome :)

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 Huda Shaikh

| Sep 29, 2017

Hi Vikram,You can make a soup out of dudhi,preferably mix it with other veggies,grate it and add it to rawa kheer/rice kheer,add grated dudhi to pancakes,chillas,khichdis fruit puddings. In this way you can feed ghia/lauki to your little one.

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 Huda Shaikh

| Sep 29, 2017

Hi Promila,I would definitely second your thought,let us all lead by example :)

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 Huda Shaikh

| Sep 29, 2017

Hi Shikha,Most welcome :)

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Kavita Kumar

| Sep 28, 2017

thanks for the info....

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Anisha

| Sep 27, 2017

thanks, yes handwash and senitizer is great help in this season.

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Suraj

| Sep 27, 2017

thanks for the food suggestions.

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Nisha

| Sep 27, 2017

HI i am clear about bone broth? can i have some good ideas over it.

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Anil Kumar

| Sep 26, 2017

thanks for sharing

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Savitha Kota

| Sep 26, 2017

it's really very informative thanks a lot

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puloma pandey

| Sep 25, 2017

Thank you so much. Its really high time and the blog is great help.

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Shreya

| Sep 25, 2017

my child loves to eat fish. he just cannot have food without fish on his plate. is there a way out to deal with this. thank u!

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Hina

| Sep 25, 2017

Madam Huda Shaikh is blog ke liye dhanyawaad. kawa bhi utna hi asar karega, jitna green tea karti hai?

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Sharda

| Sep 25, 2017

hi doctor! thank u for sharing this useful blog .can i give green tea to my 11 year old son?

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Aman

| Sep 25, 2017

HUda shaikh ji mai aapke sare blog jaroor padhta hoon. kafi informative hotey hai. is blog ke liye bhi bhut bhut shukriya.

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Vikram Khanna

| Sep 25, 2017

thanks u doctor mere beta ghia bilkul nahi khata. kai baar try karke dekha. koi aur healthy alternative bataye.

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Promila

| Sep 25, 2017

children learn a lot better if parents walk the talk. washing hands hands with a soap and a sanitizer will definitely keep infections at bay.

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Shikha Batra

| Sep 25, 2017

very useful blog. thanks for sharing Huda Shaikh! it will definitely gear us up for a season change.

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