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My son is nearly 2 yrs. He is exactly 22months. Very thin nd low weight. What should i do to gain his wieght.... He doesnt eat anything...

Gayathri
1 to 3 years

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Updated on May 03, 2016

Its very difficult to feed him daily......... Pls suggest healthy nd weight gain reciepie or any other foods

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Jennifer

| Jul 19, 2016

wat foods can be given to kid for his tiffin during play school

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gayathri

| May 03, 2016

Ok mam...... I will try.... Thanks for giving me most valuable info...

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Shikha Garg

| May 03, 2016

As I told earlier please allow kids to play and enjoy with food then they would get the habit to eat the food. If you are complaining that child is thin and does not eat properly that means you are making mistake that, not leaving to the child alone with the food. An that is why he is bothering you. Just make environment. Sit together eat with him serve him separately but don't interrupt while he is playing with the food. Plain rice Idli, Suji Idli, Veg Poha, Boiled Rajma, Boiled Black Gram Dal, boiled lobhia, Paneer chopped into small cubes, boiled potato, Suji kheer, milk daliya, rice kheer etc. Give Banana, Coconut water and Boiled potato it provides energy, protein and will help the baby in gaining weight. * make sure soak Rajma,black Gram Dal, lobhia into water whole night and boil it. Start with just 1/2 cup or less than that. that's enough in one day. Just make little change in your attitude towards child and see the difference. And let me know. All the best :-) :-)

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Canisha Kapoor

| May 03, 2016

You may give him dal chawal, jeera rice cooked and mashed. vegetable rice, vegetable soup, among other things like coconut water.

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gayathri

| May 03, 2016

Thanks alot mam.... Can u suggest me some variety reciepies

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Canisha Kapoor

| May 03, 2016

Hi Gayathri, while feeding your baby keep these things in mind -- Don't overfeed, focus on quality and not quantity, give a gap of two to three hours between each meal, half an apple is one complete meal for the child.

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