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Harry
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Ginger can help to increase appetite in toddlers and kids. Crush ginger with a pinch of salt. Add in the buttermilk or chaas given to your toddler every afternoon. This can help to increase the fire/agni which can improve the appetite in toddlers above 1 year.

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LogDog
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Musthaarishtam is a tonic that can help to increase appetite in babies, kids and adults as well. It can be started for toddlers above 1 year.
Oregano is another spice which can improve appetite in toddlers and kids. Add in homemade pizzas, breads, omelettes and pastas.
Rasam is a herbal soup made in South India. It can boost appetite in babies and kids as it eases the digestion process while boosting immunity. Rasam can be given for babies of 7 months and above.

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Brandon
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Thyme can also boost appetite in babies and kids. You can add in rice and dals.
You can consult your paediatrician if your little one’s low appetite seems to continue for months. The paediatrician might prescribe Aptivate syrup or any other appetite booster medicines.
However please DO NOT try these medicine without the consent of any paediatrician.

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LogDog
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Loss of appetite is often temporary and reversible. It is frequently associated with psychological causes like anxiety, stress, and depression. Many medical issues can also lead to a poor appetite, including viral or bacterial infections, hypothyroidism, chronic liver disease, hepatitis, kidney failure, heart failure, dementia, and others. Some medications can contribute to this problem, too. There are many home remedies to help stimulate a poor appetite and make eating a meal enjoyable again. However, persistent loss of appetite, particularly when resulting in rapid or significant weight loss, may need to be evaluated by a doctor for proper treatment. Indian gooseberry, also known as amla, can help increase a diminished appetite caused by gastrointestinal issues. It works as a tonic in the GI system, improving the functioning of the digestive tract and detoxifying the liver. When combined with honey, it also reduces nausea and vomiting. Moreover, being rich in vitamin C, it boosts the immune system and facilitates mineral absorption, both of which are important if nutritional deficiencies have resulted from lack of proper nourishment.

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LogDog
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Not to stir the appetite of the baby, follow the simple rules of eating:
avoid snacking between meals and not overload the child drink;
not to break the diet: eating at certain times contributes to the efficient work of the digestive system;
feed baby in a quiet environment and in a good mood;
do not entertain the baby during the meal: the baby eats, not noticing the food;
more often in the fresh air, let him "work up" the appetite;

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LogDog
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Let your child become familiar with what you want him to eat by broadening his culinary horizons. Make food more attractive and interesting. Think of ways to make food more enjoyable, to allow your child to have fun trying new things.Prompt your child to exercise and be active. In order to work up an appetite, your child needs to be exercising and using up energy throughout the day.Limit your child’s mealtime to 30 minutes to enforce the schedule. Let him eat his fill during that span of time.Prepare food with your child. Getting your child involved in food preparation is a great way to have them feel more connected to their food.

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AdamL
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Teach your child how to relieve stress
People have different capacities for food. Do not force your child to eat the same amount every meal
Let your child suggest the dishes. Let him/her help in cooking and setting the table to arouse his/her interest in food
Change the varieties of dishes from time to time and mind the cooking method
Increase the amount of physical activity for your child to improve his/her appetite
Healthy snacks such as skimmed milk, sandwiches, fruits, etc. can be given to your child between meals to give him/her more nutrients
Don't:
Give snacks or drink just before a meal. This will affect the appetite
Store too much snacks and instant noodles at home. Children may lose their appetite in meals if they are too fond of eating those unhealthy snacks

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Louis
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1. Don't awake the child at night to feed him.
2. Don't offer the child snacks at short intervals ( less than 2 hours) intervals throughout the day.
3. Don't permit snacks that are larger than a regular meal.
4. Don't try to make the child feel guilty
5. Don't threaten your child
6. Some parents force their child to sit in the high chair for long periods of time after the meal has ended.
7. Never pick up your child's spoon or fork trying various ways to get food into his mouth.

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LogDog
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If there is no appetite, do not rush to scold him for his whims: it's probably just a reaction to incipient disease. The child still did not understand that he was sick and his body already indicates this. So just in case, measure temperature, check for rashes, ask, doesn't hurt if he has something.As soon as the rest of the symptoms of the disease, you can contact your pediatrician, he will make a diagnosis and prescribe treatment. During illness you need to feed your child easily digestible food food, give as much fluids (water, not too acidic juices, broth). Once the child recovers, the appetite needs to recover B)

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Robb
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Yes i think that it can be a sign of very serious and dangerous disease, you should definitely consult a doctor if it lasts more than a few days. maybe he doesnt want tot at because of the food, it can be so thathe doesnt like it but is too shy to say it to you, or he is afraid that you will shout at him. try to change your menu, and if the things wont change then definitely go to the therapeutist. good luck.

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