Wednesday, June 7, 2017

How to Increase Appetite in Children?

Are you troubled by your child's food choices? Is he low on appetite and searching for low-nutrition treats with every meal? Looks like a new brand of nutrient-enriched powdered milk can resolve the dilemma of fussy eaters. No, we were not gonna recommend another can of processed beverage! Instead, we're gonna dig into natural appetite enhancers, particularly herbal remedies, that have been employed in alternative practice for many centuries to sustain the appetites of growing and also emaciated children.

The preceding paragraphs will discuss briefly the conventional stimulants and supplements prescribed to boost kiddie appetites. A rundown of herbal remedies popularly administered in alternative practice to stimulate appetites will follow along with a mention of standardized supplements developed as a holistic response to this medical condition.

Appetite Enhancing Drugs

Pharmaceuticals have always been on the forefront of developing drug solutions to conditions such as a poor appetite. In most instances, appetite stimulant drugs are administered to kids who undergo extensive treatment, as part of the management of a chronic disease. Among the appetite-enhancing drugs prescribed are as follows:

    Allergy treatments

Multivitamin Supplements

It has been observed that vitamin deficiency can promote loss of appetite. It is for this reason that multivitamin supplements fortified with iron, zinc and other minerals are recommended to promote nutritional balance in children while boosting energy and immunity as well.

Herbal Appetite Enhancers

Parents of picky eaters can also pursue alternative methods to induce kiddie appetite for nourishing meals. In the practice of Ayurveda and other traditional forms of medicine, herbal remedies have been used for many centuries to treat digestive disorders and that includes improving appetites. Below are some of the herbal remedies you can administer to support your child's routine digestion and aid in appetite as well.

    Ginger root (available in tincture, tablet, soft gel and candied herb format)
    Ashwagandha (root extracts administered in tincture or tea form)
    Fenugreek (distributed in powder, capsule, ripe seed and paste format)

Standardized Herbal Supplement

Alternative practice now stepped up to the integration of herbalism methods and pharmaceutical technologies in the manufacture of standardized herbal supplements. Supplements such as Kiddie Florish is produced from the therapeutic combination of herbal appetite stimulants and complementary herbs such as Amalaki, Borage and Skullcap.

The resultant herbal supplement is a holistic formula intended to boost kiddie appetites and stamina, support related systems and promote healthy dispositions in developing bodies.

Bruce Maul is a partner in Gold Flax Seed, Inc. which provides only top quality Flax Seed, Herbal Remedies and other health related products. Learn more about Herbal Remedies by visiting []

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