4 years old baby

Question: How can I increase my son's appetite he eats very less he's now 4 years

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Answer: Increasing your children’s appetite can be tricky, especially if they find food unappealing or are strugglingto eat. However don’t stress, there are ways to make them eat better. Eating a good, healthy breakfast is bound to increase your child’s appetite. A balanced breakfast boosts metabolism after the night ‘fast’ and gets the body working for the day. Ensure that breakfast is a compulsory meal in your household. It’s a tried and tested formula, give it a shot! 2) Offer water 30 minutes before meal time Children should have water first thing in the morning, even before milk. Also, they should have water half an hour before meals. These basics help a lot! 3) Feed every two hours Children who fuss over food because they’re not too hungry should be offered food every couple of hours. The standard three meals may not be boosting their digestive system enough to make them feel hungry. Regular meals once in two hours will also help. Try it! 4) Snacks are meals Snacks should be as good as meals if you want a better appetite. Instead of a cookie, offer a sandwich; instead of chips, offer muesli or cereal. Think of healthy replacements for snacks and notice the change in your child’s appetite. 5) Peanut is not just any nut Peanut is sometimes called the king of nuts for its appetite-boosting and protein-building properties. Incorporate it into your child’s food in the form of peanut butter or just fry it to be eaten as crisps. The next time your child fusses for chips, offer him/her fried peanuts. You’ll be doing his appetite a favour. 6) Don’t make milk a meal Many children, who have low appetites, suffer from what can be called the ‘too much milk’ problem. When children have milk as fillers, appetisers, or snacks, it kills their appetite for the next meal. Introduce dairy in other forms like cottage cheese, yoghurt, or cream. 7) Offer favourite foods For some children with low appetite, the very sight of food might be a problem. If such is your child’s case, try offering his/her favourite foods initially to get the metabolism running. Healthy food can follow once your little one starts accepting the very idea of eating. 8) Offer small bites Small bites of food build metabolism, which in-turn, improves appetite. Offer smaller bites of food to your children if you think they have reduced appetite. Slowly, their want for food will increase. You should continue offering small bites till they start eating on their own and decide on their bite-size themselves. 9) yogurt is very important One cannot stress enough about how important yoghurt is for a child. It’s a dairy product with healthy probiotics and calcium which are amazing for the appetite and immunity of the child. Yoghurt serves the purpose of a dessert as well. 10)Use appetising spices Oregano, cinnamon, coriander, and fennel (leaves and seeds) are all spices and herbs that aid in building an appetite. Add a dash of these here and there in your child’s food. However, ensure that these are not too visibly garnished on their plates.
Answer: Try feeding at short intervals and small meals. U can also give vegetable soup as it helps in increasing apetite of the baby. A home remedy thag I always use whevever my baby stops eating. Take a lemon put black salt in it and use toothpick to put it inside the lemon now put the lemon on a spoon and heat it till the black salt melts and goes inside the lemon. Now take it off the flame. Make ur child lick it. Trust me it works.
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