At birth, mother’s milk alone is adequate for the infant. Requirements of all the nutrients progressively increase with the infant’s growth. With time breast milk secretion in the mothers comes down, thus, infants are deprived of adequate nutrients due to the dual factors of increased nutrient requirements and decreased availability of breast-milk. Usually, these changes occur at about 6 months of age. Hence, promotion of optimal growth in infants, calls for introduction of adequate foods in addition to continued breast feeding, from the age of 6 months onwards. Parent should know the different method and techniques through which they can help their child move from one food source to other.Programs offer by sugati
Crucial phase of a child’s growth is up to 6 years of age. During this period, children undergo a significant increase in physical and mental development, 90% of child’s brain gets developed during this phase. One of the key factors for Ideal growth and development is adequate nutrition, parents can aid this development, by giving diet that can affect cognitive ability and behaviour in children. Its during this phase that parent can control child faulty eating habits and fussy nature through proper suitable guidance.by Sugati.Programs offer by sugati
Many children with disabilities have health issues that can impact their nutritional well-being and eating habits.
It is very important to make dietary adjustments as well as on consumption habit when treating Autism ADHD and Epilepsy. An appropriate dietary intervention allows for quick relief of the disease symptoms and should be complementary to pharmacotherapy and behavioral therapy.