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As the child grows so does his dietary needs. For the proper and healthy growth of a child it is very important that the parents add some nutritious as well as tasty dishes in their child’s diet plan. The add-ons should be able to balance the need of all the required nutrition including proteins, carbohydrates, vitamins etc. At first the child will be a little rigid towards these new add-ons but gradually as he or she will develop taste towards these dishes then they will start eating them without showing any tantrums. The diet plan that the parents can follow is given below according to the day to day basis. The diet plan is

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Meenakshi Sharma Kag Posted: Thursday, November 8, 2012 1:18:02 PM(UTC)
My son is 3.5yr old.he never feel hungry.he take 1-2 hr for eating a single chapati.dont like vegetables.only dal n curd he take in his meal.i have to fight with him for food he never say that he is hungry.although he is active but he is not gaing wait starting from the birth can i atract him towards food.plz help me