2 years old baby

Question: Mera beta 2years ka hai and wo Kch nhi nhi Khata milk bhi nhi pita jberdasti khilana pilana pdta hai Mai Kya kru use Kya khilau

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Answer: Agar aapka beta khane ko mana kr raha hai toh aap bas ushko Aise ni chhod sakte aapko Ushko milk and veggies khilane hi honge, so that ushki growth Sahi ho, main aapko food chart suggest kr rahi hu follow krne ki kosish krna Early morning A glass of milk, 2 marie biscuits Breakfast 1/2 bowl of milk with cornflakes and ½ banana 1/2 cup oatmeal with ½ teaspoon of honey and half an apple 1/2 cup dalia made with milk with crushed or powdered nuts 1/2 cup Suki halwa with powdered cashews and almonds 1/2 bowl of vegetable poha 1 cheese and tomato sandwich 1 vegetable sandwich ½stuffed veg paratha 1 idli with peanut chutney ½ cup Suji upma with vegetables 1 small cheela with tomato chutney or sauce 2 pieces paneer sandwich dhokla with green chutney Mid morning snacks 1 small banana, a small apple, 1 orange, half a cup cut papaya or any other seasonal fruit 2 marie or whole-wheat biscuits ½ cup cut seasonal fruit 1/2 glass shikanji with honey ½ cup plain chaas Lunch 1 small chapatti smeared with little ghee with ¼ cup dal and ¼ cup vegetable. Keep serving different vegetables and dals. ¼ cup dal and ¼ cup seasonal vegetable with ½ cup rice. Add ½ teaspoon ghee to dal. 1 cup vegetable khichdi with ½ teaspoon ghee on top. ½ cup rice with ½ cup of sambar and 1 teaspoon peanut chutney. 1 cup vegetable pulao with ½ cup yogurt or raita. ½ cup matar paneer with ½ cup rice or 1 small parantha Evening snack ½ cup milk with 2 wholewheat crackers 1 small sandwich with mixed fruit jam and butter 1 smallpeanut butter sandwich ½ cup fresh fruit cut in to cubes and ½ cup milk 1 cup fresh fruit milkshake(banana, mango, cheeku etc) 1 cup fresh fruit smoothie 5-6 sweet potato 3-4 Tofu or paneer stick Dinner ½ cup pulao with mixed raita ½ to 1 cup upma with vegetables ½ to 1 cup pasta with cheese ½ to 1 cup Vegetable noodles ½ to 1 cup khichdi with veggies ½ cup matar paneer with ½ cup rice or 1 small parantha 1 small chapatti with paneer bhurji 
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    Ajay Ashu540 days ago

    Best go consult pediatrician

Answer:  If your toddler loses interest, or seems tired, cranky or unwell, take the food away. Try to give her in a different way like custard, fruit salad, pooding etc.                      And u can use vaggie like cutlet, veg sandwich, fried vegetables rice etc. Sometimes toddlers want to try new foods if you just keep trying. Make mealtimes a happy, regular and social family occasion – sit together to eat with your toddler whenever possible. Show your toddler how much you enjoy eating the food you’ve prepared. Get your toddler involved in helping to prepare and cook family meals. Offer new foods when you and your toddler are relaxed and she isn’t too tired or distracted by other things . Set a time limit of about 20 minutes for a meal. If your toddler hasn’t eaten the food, take it away and don’t offer an alternative snack or meal. Serve your toddler the same foods as the rest of the family. Your toddler will get the nutritional benefits of a wide range of foods, and accept new tastes and textures as ‘normal’. Offer new foods with foods that your toddler already knows and likes. K eep offering new foods. It can take 10-15 tries for children to accept and enjoy new foods. If your toddler refuses something, offer it again in a week or so. Your toddler might gobble it up and even ask for more – a toddler’s interest in food can fluctuate wildly. Let your toddler touch, lick and play with food, and allow for some mess as she learns to eat. Let your toddler feed himself and give him some help if he needs it.
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.
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.
Answer: Agar beta khane me interest nahi show kr raha hai to aap sabse pehle uska interest banaye. Khane me variety rakhe. Abi summers me day time me jitne fruits khila sake, uske liye healthy b hai aur shayad baby kha b le. Iske alawa koshish kijiye ki jab wo khel me laga ho tab khilao. Aur kabi khud Uske saath khelte khelte stories sunake khila k try kijiye. Maybe something works
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    Akansha Jain533 days ago

    Koi bhi fruits nhi Khata Kaise khilau

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