Mother & Baby India

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For the majority of us, the very thought of food is equally appealing and appetizing. Our festivals, celebrations or parties are incomplete without scrumptious food and drink. We celebrate every happy piece of news with sweets and our guests are always fed well.

Though we adults like to try new foods and enjoy them at our convenience, most toddlers grow to have an aversion to new foods. Deborah Colson, MSc DipION explains, “Babies grow neophobic as they grow more mobile into toddlers; it is a built-in self-protection mechanism to stop them from trying to eat new foods, unsupervised, which might be poisonous.” As parents, we need to keep this in mind while introducing new foods to our tiny tots.

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