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Dealing with Difficult Eaters: Stop Mealtimes Becoming a by Sally Child, Hollie Smith, Sandi Mann

By Sally Child, Hollie Smith, Sandi Mann

If mealtimes frequently become a battleground while you're attempting to convince your baby to devour, this booklet is for you. Written through a trio of specialists in parenting, psychology and food, this publication recognises the stress and rigidity many fogeys plow through and provides options that actually paintings. within learn how to:

- Get to the foundation of consuming problems

- essentially handle each one problem

- identify fit consuming habits

Packed with reasonable feedback and case reports, this booklet can placed you on a quick tune to chuffed and fit family members mealtimes.

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They’re not strictly counted as a food group, but fluids are also a vital component of any diet as they aid the digestion of food and functioning of both brain and body. Not getting enough fluids can lead to dehydration, which can affect vital body functions such as digestion, energy and mood. The amount children need to drink depends on their age and how active they are, but a good general guideline to follow is to offer six to eight drinks a day, in whatever quantity seems appropriate for their age group.

There’s more on this subject in chapter 5. 25 DWDE Final text:Layout 1 24/4/09 16:18 Page 26 Dealing with Difficult Eaters CALCIUM Children need a good supply of calcium, to grow strong bones and teeth. It’s recommended that: Children aged 1–3 have 350mg of calcium per day, which amounts to: ● 100ml glass of whole or semi-skimmed milk + ● 80g of yoghurt + ● 15g of cheese Children aged 4–6 have 450mg per day, which amounts to: ● 130ml semi-skimmed milk + ● 100g yoghurt + ● 20g of cheese Children aged 7–10 have 55mg a day, which amounts to: ● 150ml of semi-skimmed milk + ● 125g of yoghurt + ● 25g cheese 26 DWDE Final text:Layout 1 24/4/09 16:18 Page 27 Nutritional information: What are healthy eating habits for children?

It’s a really healthy, often popular option, and sometimes kids don’t even realise it’s made with milk. There are loads of different commercial products, too, which might be worth trying, such as fromage frais and individual baby cheeses. ) Or how about trying to make some calcium-rich desserts at home, such as rice pudding, ice cream, chocolate blancmange or fruity cheesecake? These are also high in sugar, but the pay-off may be worth it if it’s really their only reliable form of calcium. Children under the age of two should always be given whole milk, as they need the full complement of calories.

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