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Well, I'm 14 and I have to cook my own dinner every night and I'm fine, I've taught myself to be good at cooking, but not everyone is. I would say that you should teach children how to make simple things first, then move on to more complicated things. Eventually, they would be comfortable enough to cook on their own, but you should definitely watch them at ...


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The maximum daily recommended amount of salt for babies under one is 1g (0.4g sodium). From one to three years old the limit is 2g (0.8g sodium). Bearing in mind that most of the salt we eat is already in the food we buy (bread, cereal, etc.) it makes sense to keep any added salt as limited as possible. So any extra salt will be a burden on the tiny kidneys ...


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Warning: Do not force a child to eat something. - It results in them learning to really hate that food. http://www.raisehealthyeaters.com/2012/07/what-forcing-kids-to-eat-looks-like-20-years-later/ Your question about when: I have been listening to this audio book, First Bite by Bee Wilson - https://www.amazon.com/First-Bite-How-Learn-Eat/dp/0465064981 and ...


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If she is always hungry try giving her boiled eggs. These take four hours to digest. If you mix them up with butter or even a little olive oil, pinch of salt and some pepper they are delicious and she will like the taste in no time. So she isn't constipated use the oil or butter freely. One of them should fill her and they are good for her health. I can't ...



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