Warning issued to parents over overfeeding Sexy Clubwear toddlers
Many parents in Coventry are inadvertently Sexy Clubwear putting too much food on their toddlers’ plates, according to new research.
Some 79 per cent routinely offer bigger Wholesale Babydoll Lingerie portions than recommended when serving popular meals, drinks and treats.
And more than half (57 per cent) are likely to give their little one more than they need when serving spaghetti bolognaise.
But, rather than being worried about their toddler piling on the pounds, a remarkable 73 per cent are more concerned that their child doesn’t eat enough.
One in 10 parents give their pre-schoolers adult size portions, and are unaware of the health consequences of doing so, or the risks to obesity later in life.
In response to this research, the ITF has launched a portion sizes guide to help parents understand how much to feed their toddler.
Check it out here to see if you’re giving your child too much.
Read MoreMums blasted over ‘irresponsible cake smash’ photoshoot of their baby Top tips for parents 1. Keep to planned snacks rather than allowing grazing and offer nutritious food such as oatcakes, fruit or breadsticks.
2. Hug or distract your child when they are upset rather than giving food or sweet drinks.
3. Distract your child with an alternative activity if they ask for food between their meals and planned snacks
4. If given, limit sweets and crisps to one item once a week and decant a small amount into a little pot rather than giving your child the whole packet.
5. Water is the best choice for drinks. If you offer fruit juice or squash dilute them about one in 10 with water.
6. Limit milk drinks to 3-4oz (100-120mls) per day – toddlers need much less milk than babies.