6 years old baby

Question: how much chapati should a 6yr children should eat minimum and maximum how much

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Answer: Hello mam, it is good to eat chappathi but quatity is much important as 6 years old kid you can give 3 to 4 max . Make sure your kid intakes other supplements too try to give difference in sidedish veg curry., dal, egg curry, channa dal and give a cup of yogurt or buttermilk because wheat may cause heat in body temperature if u give chapati during night time give a cupofmilkbefore bed.
Answer: Hi. Eating chappathi is healthy. U can give a maximum of 3 to 4 chappathi with veggies and a bowl of fruit. Give them which they like but healthy too. U can give variety in chappathi with sweet stuffing one day. Another day by egg and other day by veggies stuffed inside which is more healthy and filling to them. Thank u
Answer: hello dear, if your baby can digest Atta or multigrain chapatis then a 6 year old child should eat minimum two chapatis of standard size and maximum for chapatis saree a day. if your child like chapatis and asking for another one its ok.
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