Your child’s diet is both healthy and diverse enough to include foods that are traditionally “healthy for your baby.” The real value of any type of food is the extent to which the body benefits from its ingredients. So there is no magic food that is healthy in itself, but its real usefulness is in the total nutrients it contains.
In addition, any food component available in a particular type of food will also be available in other types, so no particular food is considered necessary. For example, previous generations considered milk to be essential for children. Now it is seen as a kind of food that some children are better off without, and even for some other children, it is only seen as a pack that is easy to carry anywhere and has useful nutrients. High-value proteins, salts and vitamins in milk are also available in other foods, especially dairy products. There is no additional benefit for a cup of milk (milk) that is not available in a cup of yoghurt or yoghurt, and there is no significant benefit only in an egg with an eye outside the dish. The milk and eggs in sweetened pancakes that your child enjoys are of the same nutritional value. Avoid soft drinks for your child. In addition to their harmful effects, they prevent the child from eating useful food