All About Child Nutrition
Here’s all you need to know about
the nutritional requirements of
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.
Early childhood, which includes the preschool stage (2–5 years), is the phase of physical, emotional, and mental development and forms the foundation
The kind of foods your children eat will influence their eating habits for the rest of their life.
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.
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.
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.