Hot Deal Kid stopped drinking milk...pls help

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Hello dimers,

My 3.4 years old kid has suddenly stopped drinking milk. There was no change in habit or timing.

Tried with sugar, bournvita too but he drank only once or twice and now same again…not drinking only.

How can we overcome this.

Pls help….

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….happens…wait for 2 weeks…sometimes due to cold or other ailments taste changes…sometimes some cartoon on tv or mobile incite this…

..things will be ok soon…

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Mtlb ye sb hotta haii yhaa…..
Koi nii bechara bore ho gya hoga….that happens with me many times I quit milk for months and after some months then I love too drink milk …
You give other milk products like curd, butter milk and sweets or add something new in milk for Nutrition, sometimes we bored same thing 😇

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Milk is not only source of calcium or a magic potion, if he likes other Milk products let him have those.

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Parents nowadays with their over pampering.

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Some people do not drink milk at all, they do not like, may be he is one
Do not force, milk is not necessary.

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titamazon wrote:

Yani ab use pitai ki jarurat hai.

Lol biggrin

Bournvita sucks .. try mixing boost and see what happens. Still taking too much sugar is not recommended or better change the milk brand ( Try Amul Gold Box ). Mix it with boost and serve cold. At-least I like it when I get bored with taking raw whey.

Make the milk look like liquid chocolate not like brownish white .. you can use mixer grinder if you want. BTW, never tried on a child but I like it this way biggrin

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Check out this video. It’s not related to your issue but I think you should see it.

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ZNZ wrote:

Check out this video. It’s not related to your issue but I think you should see it.

Everything is poison in this polluted and corrupted world.. our body knows how to tackle it by filtering good and bad.. but only thing you should remember is nothing should be over consumed. Everything should be in limit.

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Try to understand if he/she’s feeling uncomfortable after consuming milk.
Maybe she/he has lactose intolerance.
Most common symptom of it is gas/flatulence .
After 3-4 years our body stops producing less amount of lactase, the enzyme responsible for breaking down the unique ‘sugar’ found in milk -‘lactose’.
And in many cases our body starts producing so less amount of lactase that if we drink milk certain complexities will occur. That’s lactose intolerance.

I want to strongly recommend you, If your child does not want to drink milk don’t force him/her.
instead offer him/her cheese/curd.

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I occasionally give cheese (melted in milk), when drinking milk is resisted.

Now also experimenting with fresh Dahi.

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Try shakes made with milk. Cold coffee, banana shakes, strawberry … Etc etc. Kids love them.

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I don’t like fried onions. I have stopped eating it when I was 3, from an early age of 3. 😁😁😁

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milk is not good…human r only animal who drink other animals milk smiley

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Garmi bahut hai, lassi peelaao agar doodh nai p taa tou…

Jabarjasti q bachhey ko pareshaan karnaa…

add flavor like ruhabsaa, rose, etc…

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sunnie wrote:

Garmi bahut hai, lassi peelaao agar doodh nai p taa tou…

Jabarjasti q bachhey ko pareshaan karnaa…

add flavor like ruhabsaa, rose, etc…

Roohafza bhi try kiya sir…1 din chala…

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hope it helps, 1 week schedule(milk based) for my kids

1.pongali(with jaggery+rice+milk)
2.manna health drink mix(first try in small quantity, if your kid likes it,then continue)
3.chocos or bread
4.turmeric milk
5.saggubiyyam payasam(sago)
6.penel(ask in local shops for this) in warm milk
7.semya(vermicelli) payasam

1,5,7 recipes names are in telugu, if anyone know exact names in hindi or eng, please translate
@hotchap @dev007

and always check for those health drinks, which has less or no sugar

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Same is the case with my kid, she has stopped drinking milk since more than a year now (she just turned 4) and it’s fine don’t panic. She’s doing quite well, she loves eating curd so started giving that to her and she didn’t used to eat cheese but with time she started having cheese grill sandwich so giving that as well to her.
It’s a myth created by majorly the advertisement ran in our country since many years milk is necessary, in reality it’s good for vitamins and calcium that can be given via other sources as well.
Parent by giving milk avoid many other important food, I have seen parents not giving breakfast to their kids saying they had milk so it’s enough.

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kids ko jabarjasti q kheelana p laanaaa??

kudrat ney ensaan ko a saa banaayaa hai – har ensaan ko bhukh aur pyaas d hai….. pyaasaa ensaan paani k paas jaataa he hai…
Aur jab bhukh lagey to jo b tasty lagtaa hai, wo khaa p letaa hai..

bacho ko jo b sahee lagtaa hai, wo kheelaao peelao………

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My kid drinks only milk and water. She does not like to eat solid food. The only solid food she have is ceregrow. Earlier she used to eat everything from rotis to rice, fruits, dry fruits, fast food when we were in Mumbai. Don’t know what happened now after we moved to Jaipur due to lockdown. Once in 3-4 days she eats a bite or two of roti. If somebody have any ideas how to make her eat solid food again, please share

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sunnie wrote:

kids ko jabarjasti q kheelana p laanaaa??

kudrat ney ensaan ko a saa banaayaa hai – har ensaan ko bhukh aur pyaas d hai….. pyaasaa ensaan paani k paas jaataa he hai…
Aur jab bhukh lagey to jo b tasty lagtaa hai, wo khaa p letaa hai..

bacho ko jo b sahee lagtaa hai, wo kheelaao peelao………

SAHI PAKRE HAIN,

isliye dolby sound in bandra

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Does she drinks milk also in hunger/as favourite or you were compelling all the time to drink it ? @snikeus

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dnt over pamper. take one stick and ask kid to drink toungueout

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mastervijay wrote:

Does she drinks milk also in hunger/as favourite or you were compelling all the time to drink it ? @snikeus

No, we don’t compel her to drink. She drinks it when she is hungry

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Snikeus wrote:

No, we don’t compel her to drink. She drinks it when she is hungry

What about snacks.. ? Does she consume junk foods/packaged foods a lot ?

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