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Preschoolers are more likely to do things themselves. However, they also want to learn from their parents. That’s why it is aptly quoted that “home is the very first school of kids” where parents are actual teachers. That’s why in mending their eating habits, parents are going to play a crucial role as whatever they are going to learn is completely related to what their parents are going to teach them.

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Muskan Posted: Tuesday, August 13, 2013 5:13:54 PM(UTC)

If your child like only sweet test, then add jaggery as sweetener.

Jaggery will not harm your child like sugar.

If your child do not like veges then give it in the form which he is eating as at this age important thing is having nutrition in any form, and you can not force your child to eat anything.

With growing age kids develop normal food habits.

You can find diet chart of 2 year old child from:

rajni saini Posted: Tuesday, August 13, 2013 2:05:33 PM(UTC)
My son is 2 years old, he likes to eat food which are sweet in taste. He doesn't like the food if I change the taste of it. Also, he doesn't like to eat rice with sambhar or rasam. He doesn't like to eat vegetables. presently I am giving him vegetables by smashing it and mixing with rice. Kindly suggest a way to introduce curry in his diet.