appeton.. easily found in pharmacies.
This is a discussion on Any Recommendations.??? within the Baby, Toddler, Child Health Concerns forum, part of the Growing Up & Parenting category; guys, i need help.. im really worried to my daughter because my baby doesnt eat right,.. any recommendations of multivitamins ...
i need help.. im really worried to my daughter
because my baby doesnt eat right,..
any recommendations of multivitamins that she can help
increase her appetite she is 2 years old and 3 mos.
and pls. include where i can buy it..
appeton.. easily found in pharmacies.
in what way does she not eat right??
I give my son multivit bought at GNC
My baby is using Appeton Infant drops. Appeton has a wide range of other multi-vits for toddlers.
GNC also has a good range of multi-vits for kids. If you buy up to certain amt, you can become their member which entitles you to discounts in future.
To increase appetite, try to get those that contain Lysine. Lysine helps in the breaking down of protein and hence increases appetite. This is what I read somewhere.
I'll be using Medvite prescribed by my pediatrician after my son finishes his Appeton.
You can just sign up for membership at GNC, dont need min purchase.
Back to Multivits, someone highly recommended liquid Enveron C to me. Easily avail in pharmacies, it's about $6.80 w/o disc.
If you want to give your child supplements, do read the composition list and dont't overdose on certain vits like Vit A which is also avail in Fish Oil (if you are giving)!
I give Baby Plex multivitamin liquid drops by Nature's Plus, Arctic Cod Liver Oil by Nordic Naturals (bought from Organic shop in Forum) and Reutefene Drops (Probiotic) by AgeD'or (prescribed by pediatrician)
the problem is she eat really a little bit.. like 1-2 spoons per meal.. really worried.. and the thing is she is loosing weight..
I think you might want to bring her to a doc for this
i agree with DIY darling, better bring your girl to see doc since she is losing weight too..
if she is losing weight, do bring her to the doc to check whats wrong.
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does she have lots of snacks? or does she drink a lot before eating? If yes, you may cut down on that first before giving any supplement. If no, then you'd better see a doctor as your daughter seems to have lost appetite. At that age, they start to be very picky on food, but they will eat what they like eating if they are hungry.
Hi, my gal actually had the same issue. She is 3.5yrs now...80% in biscuit and cheese, 15% in milk (150ml x 3 times a day, more cannot finish. Somedays, she will totally reject), 5% misc. Rice, noodles ...up to the most 5 small mouth (not even 1/2 spoon full ) each week? Got real worried as from a 90 percentile growth, it went down to 50 percentile . Spoke to few people and lastly, through good recommendation, went to a Dietician in NUH for advise. From there, we learn ways to substitude food nutrients and to encourage her to eat more and truely, things has improved very much now.
you may want to try. Cost $50+ for consultation of approx. 1.5hrs. No medicine needed. PM me should you be interested in the contact.
pin is 3.5 yo too. she have 3 milk feeds per day, 200 ml each time.
she have 4 meals a say, breakfast, lunch, dinner X 2 (one at sch at 530, another at home with us at arnd 730-8pm). and in btw she also snack alot.. like fruits. for biscuits, i usu just gv her 1-2 pcs each day, unless its a small pack then will let her finish.
she for each meal in sch, she can take up to 3-4 portions.
I'm giving my boy who is 25mths now a drink called millennium by e.excel.
It's made from cactus juice & royal jelly... It helps to boost his immune system & improve his appetite.