Answer by salexander at 3:56 PM on Oct. 15, 2008
I think if you supply a healthy diet, and don't give in to treats or anything else like it-then eventually she will eat what you give her. Either she will be hungry enough (she's not going to starve herself) or she will grow up learning to like the food that's been supplied to her her whole life. Is she getting protein with meats, cheese, milk? Vegetables, Fruits, whole grains? If you feel she's getting too much of something, look up what she needs daily from a nutritional guide for a child her age, and check it out. Do some homework. But I would make sure that what she is getting is at least not empty calories. Those are the foods that are full of calories and junk, verses some foods that might be high, or low, in calories, but contain what our body needs. McDonalds vs. a bowl of cereal, for example.
Answer by McGregor at 11:03 PM on Oct. 15, 2008
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