Food and Nutrition

Is cerelac gud for 2 yr above baby

Sudipta
1 to 3 years

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Updated on Mar 14, 2013

Hi, my baby is 2yr 3 month old she is a fussy eater she refuses her food  most of the time she take milk with pediasure or curd. In bf i used to give her cerelac with banana n milk  is it ok to give now cerelac to my baby ?Is cerelac healthy?Or else i make one homemade powder of poha ,almond,kaju,cornflakes n roasted dal. plz suggest me.. wht else i can give  her????????

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Swati Chandok

| Aug 22, 2017

I guess we can check out this home-made cerelac recipe, you can customise it as per your baby's liking. https://www.parentune.com/parent-blog/try-today-homemade-cerelac/2652

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Prajakta Kulkarni

| Jul 04, 2015

Hi Saleem Pasha Muhammad Try pinch of jeera power, dhanya power, hing in your child' rice..... It will not change the color of rice but will change the taste .... Let him develop his taste buds through pinch of spices... As he used to all this he will eat everything

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Janaki Rajan

| Jun 26, 2015

Hi sudipta my mom ask me to give my child(she is 1and half year)a porridge made with parboiled rice with badam and cashew. Roast all 3 things separate and grind and boil 1 spoon powder with milk and give. It give protein as well as it will be a food for baby

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Shaheen Nilofer

| Jun 17, 2015

Don't think u should relay on ceralc,try giving new variations to the food . if u prefer non veg, give her boiled egg, chicken, meat, milk, yogurt, moong dal kichidi, veggies are necessary too.

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Kritika

| Jun 03, 2015

Hi sudipta you can certainly continue with cerelac, there's no harm in it. But in addition to it you can also start with semi solid and solid foods as well like khichdi, dalia, oats pudding and all. Let your little one start develop a taste for other things as well and these are also nutrition packed, so no worries there as well.

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Atul Antarkar

| Jun 01, 2015

You can give 'LORD'S ALFALFA MOLT' with milk one spun at a one time ,it is very helpful for gain weight and activeness for child.

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Saleem Pasha Mahammed

| May 13, 2015

Hi, to all. My son is 2 year 1month old. My son is not eating any spicy food. He always want white rice for chewing in her mouth. Plz help me out.

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sudipta

| Mar 14, 2013

thnx bhavna....

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Bhavna

| Mar 14, 2013

Hey Sudipta, at 2 years a child can eat most of the things that adults do and infact they need a diet of a mix of all kinds of foods for an overall development of mind and body, you will just have to persist with your child and try different things, something is bound to click. At this stage it is more about developing her taste buds so alternating between sweet and savory foods may perhaps help your child in the long run . The blog that anurima is talking about is written by me and believe me these recipes are tried and tested on a super fussy eater ( my daughter )... so we have proof that there is hope.. :-)

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sudipta

| Mar 14, 2013

thnx anurima.. hope it helps..

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Anurima

| Mar 13, 2013

Please also take a look at the following link of a talk wherein parents have shared their opinions on this subject. You will get more links to a similar discussion within this link. Please copy and paste this at your browser https://www.parentune.com/parent-talk/baby-doesnt-eat/334 Hope this helps.

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Anurima

| Mar 13, 2013

Hi Sudipta. My daughter too was a fussy eater and had cerelac until almost 2 and half years of age! I dont think there is anything wrong in giving her cerelac now as it contains some essential nutrients. You may want to give her some home made food too just like the powder you mentioned. You could try giving her khichri, porridge etc. She may not like eating them initially but do keep offering her a variety to help her develop the taste. Please take a look at the following link. It is a blog with recipes for toddlers. You may try to make some of the recipes. Here it is: https://www.parentune.com/parent-blog/healthy-and-fun-food-options-for-your-toddler/195

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