Answer: First of All, little buddies are very moody. You have to care for his mood. I know about myself when I don't eat some vegetables then i started checking and eventually I started eating all foods that I disliked once.
(1) Make food more colorful and design rich. It mean you have to decorate his/her plate before giving him.
(2) Want him/her eat more?--Give him a big plate and put more stuff in it instead of small plate and small quantity of food in it so kids will eat less. Don;t use gray and blue colors in your cooking because it lessens hunger. Instead use Red, Orange and Yellow color. It increases hunger. KFC, HFC McDonals are using these colors.
(3) Compare--Sit along your children and tell him that his/her friend living in front of our house drinks milk very much and he should also drink milk. Prepare environment of comparison. It will help a lot.
Answer: Hi.. Dear you need to experiment with your baby's favourite choices.. Make new dishes and see which your toddler likes.. You can make different porridges (vegetable khichdi, lentils and rice, only veggies), make different soups, make mashed potatoes dishes (tikki or cutlets), try giving brown bread pizza (using pizza sauce and cheese), make custard of seasonal fruits, suji or atta halwa, I am sure your baby will like some out of these..Also, try to include wheat bran, cashew nuts, and pumpkin seeds in your child 's meal.. It helps in building appetite.
Similar Questions with Answers
Question: My son is not eat and anything he doesn't eat.what should i do?
Answer: It's a universal problem dear. Don't worry. It's just a phase. As they grow they loose interest in food because they will more engaged in exploring other things. Just be patient. Keep trying to give variety of food like soups, pancakes, eggs, fruit smoothie or whatever baby likes. Make habbit of eating with everyone. Child don't listen to us they imitate us. Give food in a plate and let child eat by self. You too eat with baby. Baby will surely copy you. Offer finger foods to baby. Give plenty of warm water. Keep breastfeeding your baby.
Question: My baby is 6 month+. And she is dislike foods to eat.what should i do for her diet.what should i give to her to take intrest?
Answer: Hello dear.. making babies eat becomes difficult sometimes for mothers. I can understand that. But do bot worry.
1 Try to give differnet things in every meal.
Like start with 3 meals a day.
Mashed banana, dal ka pani and steamed apple .
Then see what she prefers. That thing should be repeated the next day with 2 new things like sooji upma and cerelac.
Then again let her make choice. This way you will know what she prefers.
In beginning let her take very little. 2 to 3 spoons also is fine as it takes time for them to adjust to new things.
Gradually you can increase quantity.
2 Second thing is that while feeding divert baby's mind a little. Keep talking to the baby. Keep making different sounds or singing a song or poem.
These will be helpful.
Question: My baby is not ready to eat anything except breast milk..what should i do
Its normal for a baby, few babies show interest few not towards solid, but to key to wean is to keep offering on a daily basis, baby wil srart accepting and if baby is taking 2-3 spoons happily let that be, dont force feed becz in anyways milk remains the main source of nutrition for babies till 1 yr of age..
Question: my baby is not eating anything if i give her food she is splitting it out what should i do
Answer: You can follow these steps to help your child eat well
Sit and eat with your child.
Show your child what eating healthy is like. You are your child's best role model. They will learn to eat and explore new foods by watching what you do.
Offer new foods many times.
Children often need to see, smell, and touch a food many times before tasting it. Your child may need to taste a food many times before they eat it. Continue to offer new foods and include foods your child has refused in the past.
Give your child enough time to eat.
Young children learn by touching, smelling and looking at foods. Give your child time to learn about the foods you offer. Learning to use a spoon and fork also takes time. Plan time to sit and eat slowly with your child. A mess is also part of learning how to eat.
Try offering the same food in different ways.
Be patient. Keep giving your child foods made in different ways: raw, cooked (steamed, roasted), in stews, soups and sauces. If your child likes vegetables cooked a certain way, give them other vegetables made that same way.