Parental Misperception

Parental Misperception


Some feeding guidelines to make sure your child’s growth will be on track: 

1. Manage mealtimes.

  • Establish set meal and snack time for your child.
  • Limit the duration of meals to 20-30 minutes, unless your child is still actively eating.

2. Learn to understand your child’s hunger signals.

  • Feed your child when he shows signs of hunger and end meals when he shows signs of being full.

3. Choose healthy food.

  • Provide unprocessed food like fruits, vegetables, fortified cereals, or grains, nuts or seeds, meat, poultry, fish or legumes, and dairy products.

4. Create the “Family Table” as soon as your child begins to eat solid food.

  • Sit together as a family as often as possible during mealtimes.

5. Consistently offer new food.

  • At least once a day, offer your child a small amount of food that she doesn’t eat or hasn’t tried before. Put a small amount of the new food on her plate along with food that your child likes.

6. Allay your fears by supplementing your child’s nutrition with PediaSure Plus.

  • PediaSure Plus is the only complete, balanced nutritional supplement with Triple Protein Complex to deliver visible growth and stronger immunity.

What to do if your child is a picky eater

Click on the feeding behavior that best applies to your child for some feeding guidelines to make sure your child’s growth will be on track!

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