Infant Nutrition Program:

At NPPD Care, we understand that an infant’s physical and mental development leads to a happy, healthy child. Our team including nutritionist, pediatricians, and child counsellors make your child love the food that gives him/her the exact amount of nutrition.

How is infant nutrition different from adult nutrition?

For infants, nothing is better than a mother’s milk. But when it comes to choosing the best baby food, remember that a baby only requires 100 kcal per day. However, this 100 kcal should be filled with protein, calcium, and minerals, as well as probiotics and prebiotics. There is no such single thing that will be nourishing enough for your baby. Expert advice is a must to make a better choice. After all, it is not a good deal to mess with your child’s health at this tender age.

Know whether this infant nutrition program is for your child?

If your infant has irregular motion and stomach aches, which is the reason for incessant weeping. Then there are the symptoms that your child is suffering from indigestion. Indigestion can affect your infant’s nutrition. The necessary minerals and vitamins will not be absorbed, which will cause deficiencies eventually..

Why you should take the program today?

The development of the important parts of the body, such as the brain, occurs only till the age of fifteen. If the nutritional requirements are not met with food, then the development of the brain is hampered. It is recommended to give appropriate amounts of good fats to have optimum development. Only a nutrition expert can help you get these essential requirements on your child’s plate.

How is NPPD care going to help you?

At NPPD Care, we understand that an infant’s physical and mental development leads to a happy, healthy child. Along with the team of a nutritionist, pediatricians, and child counsellors, we make your child love the food that gives him/her the exact amount of nutrition. Our pediatrician would love to have follow-ups and check-ups with your little munchkins and discuss their health.

 Infant Nutrition Program:
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