Question: My daughter is very weak. She does not eat properly.
Answer: Hi! If the baby doesn't eat properly and the nutrition is affecting then the baby might seem to be weak and the baby might not even gain weight so it is quite normal and it is related with the food habit of the baby if you think that nutrition is affecting the babies health and the baby is unable to grow I would suggest you to please take the baby to the doctor apart from that at home you can include the baby in all the family means and increase the baby to self eat not only that you need to offer every kind of variety that you guys take on a daily basis as food because variety and textual is something which can make the food items interesting for the baby please try to add a little more colour to the babies food means I will have to be colourful or it has to be served on a colourful plate so that the baby has interest enforcing and distracting never help so please don't try to do that ..
Hope this helps!
Question: my daughter is very active and playing with almost everything. the problem is she is not eating anything properly
Answer: Busy toddlers burn lots of calories. A child that is not gaining weight steadily can be in danger of not meeting their nutritional needs.
Getting your little one to eat more is likely to be very difficult. Therefore, making each mouthful have the greatest caloric impact is the most likely to add those needed kilos.
Here are some strategies for adding calories.
Add 1 or 2 tablespoons of nonfat dry milk powder to muffins, cooked cereal, pancakes, milkshakes, yogurt.
Add a powdered dry fruit mix to:milk, milkshakes, smoothies, or ice cream.
Add extra butter to: cooked cereal, rice, pasta dishes, sandwiches, potatoes, and vegetables.
Add cheese to: pasta, meatloaf, crackers, sandwiches, burgers, soups, mashed potatoes, and vegetables.
Spread cream cheese or peanut butter on bread, muffins, fruit slices, pancakes,
Include supplements, such as:Boost, Pediasure,horlicks.
For extra protein, offer more of these foods: eggs, milk, cheese, peanut butter, meats, & yogurt, paneer and tofu.
Question: My daughter is 4year old she had fever and she is not eating food properly
Answer: Hello.. A baby's normal temperature can range from about 97 degrees Fahrenheit up to 100.3 degrees Fahrenheit. Most doctors consider a rectal temperature of 100.4 degrees Fahrenheit or higher as a fever...if fever is more than 100, see a pediatrician.. You need to understand when we adults are unwell, we also don't like eating anything.. It is the same things with the kids, so dont force food on child, but give whatever your child likes..