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Cow’s milk is the complete nutrition for your child. Like adults, your child’s diet should also include 3 meals and two nutritious snacks every day. Teach him healthy   food habits like green vegetables and fresh fruits. You should try to avoid low nutritious food items  for your child likes sweet dessert, candies, soft drinks and chips. A proper nutritious diet can reduce large number of medical problems. It also increases the stamina of your child.

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sudhirdeep.s Posted: Thursday, November 8, 2012 1:18:02 PM(UTC)
I have two children whose age groups are 6 and 8. They are very lazy and are still guided to eat and are spoon feeded by elders. The elder one is a boy and the younger one is a girl. The elder have more curiosity in in south indian dosa and he is still spoon feeded. He is only interested in eating dosa and he takes only dosa for his food and both are fat and are very lazy too. so please give me food which is good and tastier to them.