Top 6 Ways To Give Your Child A Healthy View Of Food

  1. Eat Free Of Distractions

When you begin preparing meals and serving them in front of a television screen, or with a lot of stimuli in the background, it is extremely difficult for a baby or child to focus on the lovely prepared meal in front of them.

The World Health Organization suggests that when beginning the feeding process

where the caregiver is responsive to the child clues for hunger and also encourages the child to eat. This is also referred to as active or responsive feeding.”

This can’t be done if you are multi-tasking and using alternative entertainment for the baby during feeding times.


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