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Newborn baby eat in relation to their size, much more than adults. For this reason, in the process of becoming adults, sooner or later, they begin to eat less
The reason for this change around the first year of life is the slowing down of growth. Some children stop eating at nine months and others wait until the year and a half or two years. During the first year, babies gain and grow faster than at any other time in their extrauterine life.
Hunger, which is the normal demand for food, is different from the appetite which is the normal desire to satisfy taste. Newborn baby eating behavior needs guidance since they are small and no one better than the mother or father to appreciate this fact of great importance in the physical and emotional growth of their child.
Newborn baby show accelerated growth during the first year of life, so they need a lot of food to cover the body needs; From that moment, the food requirements are lower bringing with it the diminution of the appetite that is generally considered normal.
Parents should watch their child to ensure that this decrease in appetite is due to the end of growth and accelerated weight gain and not to any problem that is causing inappetence, which may lead to chronic malnutrition.
Size and weight control: From the year of age children should visit the pediatrician 2 times a year, to decrease to once a year by 3 years of age. In these checks the pediatrician will evaluate various aspects of your child, including his weight and height curve to know if there are dangerous trends of overweight or underweight. If you notice that your Newborn baby eating has diminished his appetite and worries you take control of your size and weight monthly, remembering that children may have sudden falls in weight due to illness and once overcome the child will regain his usual weight. Weight levels below the 3rd percentile are worrying.
Activity and development of the child: If the child is sick, it is normal to have little appetite because their level of physical and mental activities will be diminished by the decay that causes the disease. In the case of Newborn baby suffering from chronic diseases, great care must be taken in the food they receive, which should be of high quality rather than quantity to lessen the possible difficulties in their development due to malnutrition.
Observe and evaluate what the child is eating: If you observe how a child feeds freely, you may notice that they can have breakfast and then not have lunch, or be filled with treats or juices, or be stinging throughout the day and at the time of Main meals leave the dish unfinished. Parents should know what their Newborn baby eating on a weekly basis, eating energy-rich or basic carbohydrate-rich foods that provide energy, builders that provide protein and minerals needed for growth, regulators for vitamins and minerals for protection against disease; And adequate hydration.