This age is very active for children. Even if they do not feel hungry, their bodies need nutrients regularly. Give them 4 to 5 times a day meals or snacks. It ensures they have sufficient fuel to play and grow. Make sure your child grows at the proper rate for regular check-ups. Your care can help you determine whether your child’s calorie intake is too high or too low for its age and size.
Be a role model for others. Kids eat the same way you do. Concentrate on your whole diet. Set some snack limits. Set limitations on how much time you spend in front of the screen. you aware of what they should be eating.
The three most important advantages of early childhood nutrition are that it helps in the development of immunity against different infectious diseases, promotes appropriate brain and other essential organ development, and increases a child’s activity levels and executive skills.