Force Feeding: Do you force feed your baby too? Know the disadvantages of this
If you are also the mother of a child whose child is not eating properly and because of this you forcefully feed your child? According to the Child Feeding Guide, this method of yours can harm the health of the children. Let us know how much harm is caused by forceful feeding of children. Lack of interest in home-cooked food: If you try to feed the baby more than his appetite, he loses his interest in home-cooked food. Not only this, but negative feelings towards food also go home in the mind of the child.
Digestive problems: When a child is forced to eat, it can adversely affect his digestive system. When babies forcefully eat food, they don't chew it, they just swallow it. Due to this, the digestive system is not able to work properly. Doing this continuously can cause digestive problems in the baby. Obesity: If you are forcing the child to eat or are trying to put food in the mouth even after the child's stomach is full, then let us tell you that due to overeating, children may have problems with obesity and they become obese.
Gas-related problems: Forced feeding of the baby can also cause gas-related problems. Vomiting: Mothers who forcefully feed their babies, their babies often vomit. By force-feeding, the baby eats more food than is needed and then vomits it all together. In such a situation, first of all, identify the test of the child. It is not necessary that all children like roti and vegetables, some like fruits and some like khichdi. In such a situation, keeping in mind the taste of your child, prepare food for him and eat comfortably without force.
Never give a child too much food at a time. Instead, feed him small but frequent meals, so that his body can digest the food properly. Keep the child's preference in mind while cooking. Avoid making food that is very spicy, otherwise, the kids will not be able to eat the whole food. To make the child healthy, do not give ghee, butter, and fried things in excess quantity.