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Don't Panic, These Tips to Overcome Difficult Children to Eat after Sickness

After being sick, the child may look limp and have no appetite. In fact, food intake as a source of nutrition is actually needed by the body for the recovery process. So that your child can recover quickly, you need to be more patient and creative in persuading him to eat. Difficult children eat after illness makes parents frustrated, for fear that the child will recover longer or even fall ill again. Aside from being a source of energy, food consumed by children can indeed help the recovery process of his body that is recovering from illness. Therefore, you should not give up persuading your child to eat. There are several ways you can do to overcome this problem. How to Overcome Difficult Children The following are some ways that parents can deal with children who have difficulty eating after illness: 1. Give the food he likes So that children want to eat, give food that they like. Make sure these foods contain important nutrients the body needs for recovery. You can give it
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