In order to ensure balance and health of the child's food, care must be taken to eat three meals a day for the child, in addition to three snacks, including eating vegetables and fruits at least 5 times a day, and eat meals containing starches, Carbohydrates, and proteins.
In addition, it helps to eat foods that contain large amounts of energy, such as milk, whole milk and cheese, and to reduce the intake of unhealthy foods even if they supply the body with large amounts of energy, such as sweets, chocolate, and sugary drinks.
It also helps reduce the intake of foods containing fat, sugars, and since there are some vitamins that are found only in fat, can choose unsaturated oils and intake in small quantities, and reduce the unhealthy saturated fats, such as sausages, burgers, biscuits.
It is also recommended to eat fish twice a week, preferably one fatty fish, salmon, mackerel and about 6-8 glasses of fluid per day; both water and bovine milk is one of the best drinks for children after the age of 12 months, Full-fat milk for children under normal weight. Care should be taken not to give them large amounts of fluids at the expense of foods, as this may cause them to feel full.