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What are healthy eating habits for my child?

  1. The first 5 years of your child are very important for the development of eating habits. Eating healthy, eating together at the table, making clear rules for sweets: these are all things you can't start early enough.

7 tips for a healthy upbringing

  1. Read the tips below and make your own rules. Clear agreements give your child clarity and guidance. Do you have a partner? Then make the rules together. Tip 1: You decide what and when your child eats, your child determines how much he eats Your child can eat almost anything you eat. So you don't have to prepare something else especially for your child. Your child can determine how much he eats. The plate does not have to be empty. If you force food on your child, he may be eating too much. If he eats too much often, it can lead to obesity. Moreover, your child feels so less well that he is full. This too can eventually lead to obesity. Do not punish your child if he does not eat his healthy food. Punishment can cause your child to think negatively about healthy eating. Don't worry if your child is eating a little worse for once or for a while. Just keep trying. And remember, a child who is growing and alive is getting enough. If you are not comfortable with it, discuss your concerns at the clinic. Tip 2: Provide regular eating and drinking times With the milk formula, your child still determined when he wanted to eat, but if you switch to solid food, it is good to work towards fixed eating times, for example: breakfast - in between - lunch - in between - warm meal. Fixed moments teach your child not to eat and drink all day long. See what a day can look like for an 8-month and 10-month baby in the sample day menus. Do not schedule snacks just before a meal. And do not give more than 4 times something in between. This is bad for the teeth and can disrupt the appetite for the main meals. Also, make sure you eat on time, and not when it is actually time to go to sleep. If your child is too tired, he will lose attention and will lose his appetite. Tip 3: Eat cozy at the table For children who still have to get used to many new flavors, peace, atmosphere and attention are extra important. Therefore, eat together at the table as soon as your child starts eating snacks. It is also important that he sees you eating with taste, which makes it more attractive for him to try new flavors. Eating at the table teaches your child that it is now time to eat something. Try not to overemphasize "having to eat." Make it a pleasant moment. When you leave the table, dinner is over. Did your child eat little or nothing? Fine. Just clear the table. Don't give something extra in between, because then the hunger will die for the next meal. Plus, if your child is counting on getting something else, you keep the bad food going at mealtime. And tomorrow is another day

  2. Read the tips below and make your own rules. Clear agreements give your child clarity and guidance. Do you have a partner? Then make the rules together. Tip 1: You decide what and when your child eats, your child decides how much he eats Your child can eat almost anything you eat. So you don't have to prepare something else especially for your child. Your child can determine how much he eats. The plate does not have to be empty. If you force food on your child, he may be eating too much. If he eats too much often, it can lead to obesity. Moreover, your child feels so less well that he is full. This too can eventually lead to obesity. Do not punish your child if he does not eat his healthy food. Punishment can cause your child to think negatively about healthy eating. Don't worry if your child is eating a little worse for once or for a while. Just keep trying. And remember, a child who is growing and alive is getting enough. If you are not comfortable with it, discuss your concerns at the clinic. Tip 2: Provide regular eating and drinking times With the milk formula, your child still determined when he wanted to eat, but if you switch to solid food, it is good to work towards fixed eating times, for example: breakfast - in between - lunch - in between - warm meal. Fixed moments teach your child not to eat and drink all day long. See what a day can look like for an 8-month and 10-month baby in the sample day menus. Do not schedule snacks just before a meal. And do not give more than 4 times something in between. This is bad for the teeth and can disrupt the appetite for the main meals. Also, make sure you eat on time, and not when it is actually time to go to sleep. If your child is too tired, he will lose attention and will lose his appetite. Tip 3: Eat cozy at the table For children who still have to get used to many new flavors, peace, atmosphere and attention are extra important. Therefore, eat together at the table as soon as your child starts eating snacks. It is also important that he sees you eating with taste, which makes it more attractive for him to try new flavors. Eating at the table teaches your child that it is now time to eat something. Try not to overemphasize "having to eat." Make it a pleasant moment. When you leave the table, dinner is over. Did your child eat little or nothing? Fine. Just clear the table. Do not give something extra in between, because then the hunger will die for the next meal. In addition, you keep the bad food going during the meal if your child is counting on him to get something else. And tomorrow is another day

Free online magazine HealthyGrowing

  1. Eating along with the pot, the toddler puberty, the lust-me-not phase, sweets or not. You can read more about these topics in our online magazine. With expert tips, stories from other parents and recipes for the whole family. This way you ensure that your toddler or toddler grows up and becomes strong later.



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