More than 20 million children under the age of five in developing countries suffer from stunting, largely due to chronic malnutrition. Parents of these children do not think about the importance of nutrition, their children are usually picky, and few consider food allergies.
Our children in the industrialized world are the first or second generation who never go hungry and have a reasonably diverse food supply.
You may struggle with not being able to feed, or you may worry that your child is overeating compared to your mother, grandmother, or great-grandmother when they were young. Therefore, to deal with excessive worrying, parents’ nutritional skills often need to be artificially managed rather than expected to be spontaneously activated after the child’s birth.
This baby’s reaction to food is just killing. Look at her dissatisfied face! LOL!