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regarding dislike of milk

Jeenal Shah
3 to 7 years

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Updated on Nov 11, 2016

Hi friends. my daughter is four yrs old. she hates milk. she feels like vomiting from smell of milk. i have tried adding complan and bournvita lil champs to milk but then too she doesn't like. so can anyone suggest me some solution to convince her to drink milk and also she can like milk

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Prajakta Joshi

| Nov 19, 2016

L. Q1

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Sneha Mahant

| Nov 16, 2016

add jaggery and dry dates powder to milk. may be she like

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Anusuya Ransingh

| Nov 16, 2016

Dear Jeenal, please try with Pediasure and milk. She may start liking milk after few days. My daughter had the same problem. I tried with Pediasure (vanilla flavour ) and milk. After few months, she started liking milk and bourvita.

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Taniya Karmakar Bardhan

| Nov 16, 2016

With age she'll come off with this feeling. So don't indulge her anymore n gv other health drinks n alternatives 4 milk.

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Nandita

| Nov 16, 2016

don't force her for milk. add other alternatives which fulfill d nutrition in milk. like paneer, curd etc.

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Jeenal Shah

| Nov 14, 2016

ty all

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Supriya Gupta

| Nov 12, 2016

beside trying all flavour to milk with her tempt her with chocos / cornflakes / oats to her. try rice or makhanee kheer. introduce new cups or mugs to make milk interesting.

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Anurima

| Nov 12, 2016

Hi Jeenal. Don't force her to drink milk. She can get her daily dose of calcium from other dairy products such as yogurt, lassi, cheese, butter and even eggs if your family is a non vegetarian. Try adding cheese to her food (a cheesy omlet) , give her yogurt on the side and even eggs for breakfast and/or another meal will make up for the calcium. On a good note, your child will benefit from a variety of other nutrients found in eggs or yogurt (for example), which is not present in milk. Give it a try.

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anu chaudhary

| Nov 11, 2016

You can try different flavours , but if she continues to dislike don't be too worried. Try to find out if she likes other dairy products like curd , cheese , buttermilk and butter. If yes , give those in routine and her daily needs of Calcium and milk protein would be met.

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Mala salian

| Nov 11, 2016

u may try different flavours chocolate. vanilla, badam.......

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