Child Nutrition

Ensure your child develops taste for the right foods & exercise from an early age. Get answers to all these ringing concerns of child nutrition & help your child achieve his goals through proper nutrition

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I am Rupali Shevade, a Qualified Nutritionist, a Certified Fitness Trainer & a Lifestyle Coach. I would love to work with you to achieve your fitness goals. If you are ready to change yourself, I am just an appointment away !!

Rupali Shevade

Diet Coach

Whats Included

  • Counseling (Lifestyle Analysis, Growth Checkup, Goal Setting)
  • Sustainable Program & Planner
  • 4 One on One Counselling sessions with child
  • 4 One on One Training Sessions with Child & Parents
  • Personalised Meal Plans
  • Weekly checkups
  • Introduction to exercises
  • Regular followup & Guidance
  • Tips & Tricks

FAQ

How does nutrition affect a child's development?

During childhood, under-nutrition causes children to have less energy and less interest for learning, which negatively influences cognitive development and academic performance. Under-nutrition will also affect physical growth and maturation, thus affecting growth rate, body weight and ultimately height.

What are the risks of poor nutrition?

Children who eat poorly are more likely to develop certain long-term health problems and complications, including: Osteoporosis in later life. Cardiovascular diseases. Growing up eating foods high in fat, sugar, and salt can increase the risk for high cholesterol, high blood pressure, and atherosclerosis as an adult.

Does nutrition affect intelligence?

Children brought up on healthy diets are more intelligent compared with their junk food eating counterparts, new research suggests. Toddlers fed a diet packed high in fats, sugars, and processed foods had lower IQs than those fed pasta, salads and fruit, it was found.

Is there any Differences in body composition of boys and girls and nutrient needs ?

Differences in body composition would influence energy needs in particular. Body composition influences energy needs. Boys have more muscle tissue and less adipose tissue compared to girls. Since muscle tissue is more active metabolically speaking, it requires more energy to sustain its activity. This means that more muscle tissue in the body would mean more energy needs.

What are nutritional risk factors?

  • being overweight or obese.
  • tooth decay.
  • high blood pressure.
  • high cholesterol.
  • heart disease and stroke.
  • type-2 diabetes.
  • osteoporosis.
  • some cancers.¬†
  • Poor Height
  • Concentration issues
  • Affect learning ability

How can a kid get fit?

Every parent dreams to have healthy child. Be a role model to your kid. They will copy you. Balanced diet, active lifestyle, healthy food habit, less screen time and more physical activity will keep your kid fit.

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