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Kimberly - posted on 01/22/2015

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Never ever put your kid on a diet! Kids will thin out eventually once there more active and playing around my daughter was big for her age until she started running around and going all day. Just feed your kid right and it will all work out in the end.

Sonia - posted on 01/19/2015

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It's okay put her on a sugar free and grain free diet and no fast food for 2 months also take her for walks regularly. And don't stress you will see results I did it for one of my children a few years back.

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Angie - posted on 01/21/2015

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She loves her fruits but not the veggies. I could change whole milk to skimmed milk. The doctor says i.shouldnt really bother that she is a large healthy baby that overtime she will stretch out.

Angie - posted on 01/21/2015

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Thanks moms for all the inputs. My DD doesnt love fastfood. She loves whole grain cereal which she eats more with milk. She takes protein and carbs. Shes big boned anways.

Am thinking if to reduce milk intake and cereals

Trisha - posted on 01/21/2015

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The only reason I am contradicting you, is because good nutrition is not common sense for everyone. It IS worth mentioning that a poor diet should be altered if it is what is occurring.

Trisha - posted on 01/21/2015

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I would agree, but what you and I see as good nutrition, and the way to go is not necessarily how other people think/function.
I know I was raised on juice, fruit snacks, freezer pops, pop, sugary cereals.

Trisha - posted on 01/21/2015

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I don't see any harm that would be made from reducing refined sugar intake for anyone, regardless of age. Refined sugar is not healthy period. Fruits would be a great replacement.

Gena - posted on 01/17/2015

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What exactly are you worried about?My 4 year old weighs 16kg..he is very tall for his age..but also slim.

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