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What exactly is baby food? Should young children eat canned food? How do I introduce taster food portions to children? How do I get the kids to eat? Eating food that is good for the body and at regular times, is absolutely crucial to being able to feel good, both for children and adults. For children, it is also crucial to be able to grow fast enough.

On this page we have collected posts about food for children. For information about breastfeeding and bottle feeding – see page babies .

Food for older children

Food for young children who eat poorly or refuse food
Food for young children who eat poorly or refuse food

Children who eat poorly create great anxiety in their parents. Preschool children are picky about their food and often refuse it. Quite a few children (not all) find the different tastes, during the s…

Gluten intolerance or celiac disease in children
Gluten intolerance or celiac disease in children

Facts and advice about gluten intolerance or celiac disease in children. Celiac disease is an autoimmune disease. It occurs when the immune system damages the intestinal mucosa after a person ingests …

Healthy food for children
Healthy food for children

Facts and advice about healthy food for children. Written by pediatricians for parents. It is not difficult to make nutritious food for children. Meatballs, fish sticks, sausages and pasta are a good …

Iron deficiency and anaemia in babies, children and adolescents
Iron deficiency and anaemia in babies, children and adolescents

Iron deficiency is the only common nutritional deficiency in Swedish children today. The risk of iron deficiency and anemia is the reason why you should not solely breastfeed for longer than about 6 m…

Lactose intolerance in children – symptoms, tests, treatment

Lactose intolerance in children – symptoms, tests, treatment
Lactose intolerance in children – symptoms, tests, treatment

Facts and advice about lactose intolerance in children, written by a pediatrician. Children are not lactose intolerant at birth. But at about elementary school age, a child can have lactose intoleranc…

Milk protein allergy in babies and milk-free infant formula
Milk protein allergy in babies and milk-free infant formula

Milk protein allergy, also known as cow’s milk allergy, milk allergy or cow’s milk protein allergy (CMPA) is a tricky condition often suspected in screaming infants. These children may feel better eat…

Obesity in children – facts and advice from pediatricians
Obesity in children – facts and advice from pediatricians

Facts and advice about BMI and obesity in children, written by pediatricians for parents. Children’s body shape changes a lot during adolescence. Babies should put on a lot of fat during the first yea…

Taste food portions – when and how to introduce food?
Taste food portions – when and how to introduce food?

Facts and advice about taste portions. Written by pediatricians for parents. Taste portions of food are usually given to babies at 3, 4 or maybe 5 months of age. The introduction of food to babies has…

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