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A 2 year old child requires various nutrients for his body growth. This is the year when he comes out of his milk feed period. Earlier it was milk that managed all the nutrients in his body, but now milk is not sufficient to cater all his body needs. His body now requires a correct proportion of minerals, proteins, vitamins and calories. You should consult your doctor so as to get for your child a good and efficient diet plan so that the diet that you provide to your baby covers all the nutrients essential for him
Before going for a diet plan parents should themselves take a few steps to form good eating habits in their child.

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Dr. Roshani Dave Posted: Wednesday, February 6, 2013 3:11:04 PM(UTC)
eating satisfactory to own child is challenging and hard task 4 every parents,,, but don't run after him to feed ,,,,by this he will become more
reluctant for feeding...
don't give cake, chocolates, chip, wafer etc daily---tell her it will be given once in a week like on Sunday....
nuts, beans , dry fruits, banana, other fruits, eggs, sprouted pulses,,etc... curd is also good for digestion...
daily one seasonal fruits, one bowl of sprouted pulses or bean, one dish of salad or boiled egg is advisable,,,,
Nesar Ahmed Posted: Monday, December 17, 2012 4:46:20 PM(UTC)
My baby boy is of 2 yrs now.His wt is 11.5kg and Ht is 33 inch.We consulted child specialist nd he said my son is facing malnutrition and also under weight. What we (me and my lady) did not try him for his meal...!?! aahhh..!! He dose not want to eat but when time passes he behave like crazy and cry loud. He never take feeder/bottle till now.We go to bed at about 12pm and he get up from bed at about 10/10.30am, so whole night he remains unfed. He started uttering many words and tries to make sentences and he is very playful. Only problem we are facing is about his intake. How can we make him more interested to food stuff...!!??