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03:03 PM | 10-11-2021

Hi Team, My daughter is 2. 8 years old. She is not liking to eat rice. She is lean and hyperactive. Currently she is not taking milk and curd also. She always asking us to carry her. Please provide any suggestions. Her body gets heat while feeding wheat. Any alternative food ideas for replace rice


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11:36 AM | 29-11-2021

Hello Sudha,

It is time to take complete measures and adapt a natural lifestyle through it in order to have a very idealistic and better lifestyle with qualitative benefits.

A holistic measure is the only way you can treat this thing completely.

Eat:

The first thing in the morning is to start your day with something light in nature and easy to digest is what your breakfast should be because they are the kind of nutrients that get absorbed easily. Even the early morning ritual should include the consumption of two-three glasses of warm water will help in flushing out all the toxins.

  • Consume a calcium-rich diet as our bones are growing and height will be influenced, apricots, cashews, green leafy vegetables are good sources of calcium.
  • A diet rich in minerals like almonds, seeds, flax seeds and chia seeds which are helpful in neural development helps in treating neuropathy and increase brain power.
  • Consuming natural fruits daily with vegetables will help as stomach relief. It is time to take out junk food from the diet and include green which will make sure to give you a healthy lifestyle.

The ideal diet would be to depend on fruits and raw vegetable intake and refrain from something which is oil-based. Have fruit salad in the afternoon time and vegetable salad as evening snack this will be light on your stomach.

​​Exercise:

  • Pranayam helps in detoxifying the body, practicing it early morning in an area which has good sunlight will help in improving blood circulation.
  • Suryanamaskar daily 12 sets will help in increasing the blood circulation of your body.
  • A brisk walk in early morning sun from 30-45 minutes, helps in treating your body to its level best. Sun is a great source of Vitamin D that is why walking in the Sun and connecting with the sun also help in activating our cells and rejuvenate us for the whole day.

Meditation:

In any kind of disease, stress comes complementary to it, but with our assurance and positive attitude, we can treat anything. The best thing to start with is breathing mindfully before sleep with the help of music to stay positive. Use a 15-minute relaxation technique before sleep, by hearing a piece of soothing music and deep breathing will help in relaxing your mind.

A positive attitude will help you to deal with everything in life.

Sleep:

Sleeping for at least 7-8 hours is really helpful in dealing with any problem, sleep is our body's natural response and helps the body to heal. Sleep relaxes the muscles and strengthens our body. During sleep, our body goes into a repair mechanism where it heals thy self.

Hopefully, these suggestions will help you

Thank you



07:11 PM | 25-11-2021

Hello User, Child may start eating Rice, Curd gradually. ,as my son too started having milk late, as long as they are active and eat milk related products like cure or cheese ghee and can start with broccoli and Rajgira Ladoos as it has Calcium and Rice and Chapati are complex form of carbs , instead raw veggies lots of fruits fresh juices and Try making rice in an interesting way like coloured rices etc etc. and If she’s not walking then show her once to an Orthopaedic doc or a Phyiotherapist who has done Masters in Ortho Manual worsts PT and practices Manual therapy  advanced Physio therapy which I too practice in Pune, can be stress fracture if she falls often and slaps you to lift her or could be Calcium VIT D deficiency . Just observe her don’t worry these are growing years and Definitely there’s solution in form of treatment and Rehabilitation 👍🏻


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