my daughter is 6and half years old. she has 25kg. is it normal or abnormal for her age. And how can i reduce her weight without any hurt to her please help me

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Gomathi - posted on 04/17/2013

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hi i am gomathi ,we are living in india, delhi, my child vedhika wants to act advertisements. any course for that or where can i contact for that?

~♥Little Miss - posted on 04/17/2013

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It sounds like she is fine. Leave her alone. If you are really concerned, healthy food, less snacks, and get outside to play with her. Get her active.

♫ Shawnn ♪♫♫ - posted on 04/17/2013

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According to what I can find, she's on track. If you are concerned, ask you physician.

Dove - posted on 04/17/2013

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Is she tall? That weight could be perfectly normal for a tall and/or muscular child or a little heavy for a shorter child. Do NOT try and reduce her weight unless under a doctor's orders. Just make sure she is eating healthy foods and staying active. If she IS on the heavier side... with a healthy diet and enough exercise she will probably grow into her weight in a couple of years.

♫ Shawnn ♪♫♫ - posted on 04/17/2013

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These are questions for your doctor. If it is determined that she is heavy for her age/size, then they can recommend dietary adjustments.

The best thing to do is make sure that she's eating healthily, and getting plenty of play/exercise. DO NOT put her on a "diet" without consulting her physician

Autumn - posted on 04/17/2013

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You really should get your doctors opinion on that. Just always make sure that your daughter is active and eats healthy... its all about what you allow your daughter to have access to...If she is eating healthy and being active then I wouldn't worry about it... she is a growing child. My daughter is 7 and a half and she is currently at around 55-60 lbs (not sure what that is in Kg.) my daughter is physically active...she has been in soccer since she was very young and plays competitively now (she trains 3x a week) and when I shop for groceries, I only buy things that are healthy choices... there are tons of websites online that give you suggestions for healthy eating and snacking. Hope this helps :)

Autumn - posted on 04/17/2013

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You really should get your doctors opinion on that. Just always make sure that your daughter is active and eats healthy... its all about what you allow your daughter to have access to...If she is eating healthy and being active then I wouldn't worry about it... she is a growing child. My daughter is 7 and a half and she is currently at around 55-60 lbs (not sure what that is in Kg.) my daughter is physically active...she has been in soccer since she was very young and plays competitively now (she trains 3x a week) and when I shop for groceries, I only buy things that are healthy choices... there are tons of websites online that give you suggestions for healthy eating and snacking. Hope this helps :)

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