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Child Nutrition

Child Nutrition Diet Program

Cildren (ages 6 to 12) need healthy foods and nutritious snacks. They have a steady but slow rate of growth and usually eat 4 to 5 times a day (with snacks). Many food habits, likes, and dislikes are set during this time. Family, friends, and the media (chiefly TV) effect their food choices and eating habits. School-age children are often willing to eat a wider variety of foods than their younger siblings. Eating healthy after-school snacks is important, too, as these snacks may contribute up to one-fourth of the total calorie intake for the day. Children can also help with meal prep.

Why Is It Best?

Eating a variety of foods keeps our meals interesting and flavorful. It’s also the key to a healthy and balanced diet because each food has a unique mix of nutrients—both mac­ronutrients (carbohydrate, protein, and fat) and micronutrients (vitamins and minerals). The Kid’s Healthy Eating Plate provides a blueprint to help us make the best eating choices.

Heart Healthy

You can keep your heart safe by including some healthy habits in your daily life.

Low Carb

A low carb diet not only helps you to stay healthy but also promotes weight loss.


A healthy and good diet can help you to control blood sugar level and keep it under the ranges.

Low Sodium

Excess sodium can cause high blood pressure. A proper meal can help check your sodium levels.