How do you feed a child?
Don’t be alarmed if your child is eating poorly. Pay attention to your child’s activity during the day. If the child is playing cheerfully or doing other things without feeling hungry, then there is no need to try to force-feed him.
Sneak in soy: Even if your kids don’t have milk allergies, soy milk, in moderation, is a terrific source of healthy phytochemicals. My kids don’t like soy milk but don’t notice when it’s hidden in a recipe. I use the low-fat, calcium-fortified kind in some recipes that call for milk, such as oatmeal, mashed potatoes, and sauces.
Remember that it is up to you to feed your children well:
Therefore, if the child does not want to eat some kind of dish, it is better to find a replacement for him. Do not insist on your own, otherwise, the process of eating will not bring joy to you or your child, but will become another reason for conflicts with him.
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