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Poor diet in a 11years old girl

My 11 yrs old daughter's diet is extremely poor.
She can't stand eating fruits, vegetables or fresh cooked meat, chicken or fish cooked fresh. All she can eat is processed foods like breaded chicken, fish or meat and also she likes food high in sugar. I have tried to cook or packed fresh health sandwiches for her school lunches but she won't eat it. She is happy to have a sugar sandwich Unfortunately this diet makes tired and she is thick around the waist area. Thanks.
  Martha2 on 2021-09-07
This is just a forum. Assume posts are not from medical professionals.
You shud
Educate, coax, threaten and execute that threat only then she ll follow
Do Not get that stuff from the market do not let her have choice

What all fruits she has aversion to
Is her huger excessive
Is she having too much craving for sugar and sweets ?
Any other health issues
Any mental stress issues at home or school
Food item she will never have absolute aversion
Food items she will anytime and will always be happy to eat
Kaps 2 months ago
Unfortunately the father loves the same processed and surgery foods and his the one who buys them. I have tried to offer her all the healthy food but she won't eat.
No mental issues or any stress at home or school neither does she have any healthy issues.
[Edited by Martha2 on 2021-09-07 20:50:49]
Martha2 2 months ago
You di d not tell me
What are her favourite food items I wud prefer a list
And what does she hate eating list them out please
Try a single dose of Zincum Metallicum and notice if she stops Hating cooked food it may take 2-3 days to show improvement
Kaps 2 months ago

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