NESTLÉ CEREGROW™ is a toddler cereal packed with nourishment of multigrain & benefits of 16 vitamins & minerals including iron.
#1 serve of Nestlé Baby Food, NESTLÉ CEREGROW™ provides:
- of your child’s daily Iron requirement
- of your child’s daily requirement
of Vitamin A, Vitamin C, Vitamin D
and Calcium *RDA 4-6 yr children as per ICMR 2010.
Early childhood is an important phase
NESTLÉ CEREGROW™ baby food ensures complete nutrition to match the exponential rate at which a toddler’s/child’s growth & development take place in their early years.
60% of an adult’s standing height is achieved by the age of 5.
90% of the human brain is developed before the age of 6.
A child’s Immunity system continues to grow until the age of 5.
Nutrition for your child
Ensuring proper nutritional development by the completion of their dietary requirements is essential for a child’s growth and development in their younger years. We bring you nutrition tips, hacks for tackling fussy eating and milestones for your growing child. So that you are able to cater to your child’s wholesome development and watch them grow up as healthy and happy children.
Nutrition and Healthy Eating
Growth And Development
Healthy Meal Plans
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Nutrition is very important for your child as he/she is growing. Your child has high energy and nutrient needs. If these needs are not met it can lead to malnutrition.
Early childhood, which includes the preschool stage (2–5 years), is the most rapid phase of development and forms the foundation for the child’s future well-being.
Nutritional deficiencies can affect the overall health of children. Adequate nutrient intake during childhood strongly promotes cognitive health and prevents onset of chronic diseases in later life.
Developmental milestones refer to how your child is supposed to learn, play, speak, or act at a certain age and offer important cues to assess his/her overall well-being.
Right nutrition is very critical for young children, especially during the first 2–3 years of life. Due to rapid growth and development, your child requires more energy and nutrients.
The lack of variety in the diet of a picky eater compromises the intake of essential micronutrients such as vitamin E, vitamin C, folate, as well as fibre.
Are you encountering difficulties feeding your child? Is your preschooler extremely fussy or picky about certain foods and refuses to taste anything new? Looks like you are dealing with a picky eater.
Meal times can be frustrating with a picky eater. Don’t give up! Try adopting these simple strategies to positively enforce healthy eating behavior in your child
As per the recommended dietary allowances for Indians, a child aged 1–3 years should consume approximately 1,060 kcal/day while those aged 4–6 years should consume approximately 1,350 kcal/day.
A vegetarian diet can be equally nutritious to a diet that includes meat/chicken/fish or eggs. To make sure your child gets enough of all the nutrients needed for a growing child, their vegetarian diet must.
Early childhood, which includes the preschool stage (2–5 years), is the phase of physical, emotional, and mental development and forms the foundation