My toddler refuses to eat whatever provided very picky?what will i do?

Rebecca - posted on 09/19/2016 ( 3 moms have responded )




Is it better to provide any milk supplements for my picky eater, any suggestions? I am very much worried about her health. I searched a milk supplement for picky eaters and found Promise PE Gold as a option, any other suggestions. Please help me.


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Snow - posted on 10/08/2016




Agreed. If she is old enough to understand, explain that she needs to eat properly in order to grow and remain healthy, and that her current diet isn't sufficient. Prepare healthy meals for her and, even though at first she won't eat them, once she becomes hungry enough, she will. If she doesn't eat the meal, wrap it up and put it in the fridge. I would personally refrain from providing snacks, otherwise she will fill up on those and you wont make any progress toward getting her to eat the meals you've made. If she says she is hungry between meals, take out and reheat the previous meal you made for her. If she is old enough, it might also be helpful to include her in the planning of the meal; "would you like carrots or peas with the chicken I am roasting?". If she eats the meal you made, offer her lots of praise.

Michelle - posted on 09/24/2016




Why not put your foot down over the picky eating?
That would be more beneficial long term for her.

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