I Have a Child Who Doesn't Eat. Help!

By Lilian Presti on March 27, 2009

Q: Having a child who doesn't eat can be both frustrating and worrisome for a parent. What should I do?

A: You are right to seek help before the problem results in a health issue for your child.There are many reasons for a child not having an appetite. One of the most common is a vitamin/mineral deficiency. The following nutrient deficiencies can be related to appetite loss:

  • Iron

  • B-Vitamins

  • Zinc

  • Magnesium

Therefore supplementing with a whole-food multi-vitamin/mineral for children may be a good idea to help try to boost appetite. New Chapter is a company I like because their multi is equivalent to eating food and shouldn't upset your child's stomach. Another option is doing a "greens" drink like Greens + for kids. They have a fruit flavored version and this drink will help get lots of needed nutrients into your child's body.

Lastly there are a few appetite stimulating products. The first is called Alfalfa plex, which is an UNDA product (Seroyal). It is a homeopathic product and is safe for children. The second product is called Kiddie Florish and can also help to increase hunger in children.


By Lilian Presti| March 27, 2009
Categories:  Nest

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