Fundamentals in understanding Toddlers & Childhood appetite

Picky Eaters

Children between the ages of 1 and 5 years of age are often “picky eaters”. The mean age is between 3 years and more pronounced in girls than boys. They go through phases where they want to eat and at times they’ve completely lost their appetite. Unless prolonged and coupled with vitamin deficiencies, this is normal and correlates with varying changes in the child’s growth rate.

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What is the best way to cope with my fussy eater?

Most toddlers go through a phase of only eating a few particular foods. This is a normal part of their development. It’s partly because of something called food neophobia, which is a fear of new foods. Many toddlers experience this around the age of two. Rest assured, this is a phase, and it will pass. … Read moreWhat is the best way to cope with my fussy eater?

Good Iron Sources for Picky Eater Kids

If you have a picky eater at home, you may worry that he is not getting enough iron in his diet at all. Broccoli and spinach are not the only sources of iron — there are lots of other ways of providing him with this nutrient. Fruits and Vegetables If your picky eater does not … Read moreGood Iron Sources for Picky Eater Kids

Iron and Toddlers: How to Make Sure Your Child Is Getting Enough

Is your toddler pumping enough iron through her veins? You might want to take a look at your tot’s iron intake. That’s because iron is an essential mineral that’s needed to make red blood cells — and red blood cells are essential because they deliver oxygen throughout the entire body. If your tot is low … Read moreIron and Toddlers: How to Make Sure Your Child Is Getting Enough

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