How to get your child to eat healthy food

Debmita Dutta
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Are you struggling to get your child to healthy food?
Then this is the book you need to pick up !
Find out where you are going wrong and discover how to set things right in your child's diet
Be the Happy Parent of a Healthy child
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Dr Debmita Dutta MBBS MD is a Parenting and Wellness Consultant practicing in Bangalore, where she runs a clinic called "The Parenting Place".

She hand holds parents through their Parenting journey right from the time they conceive their baby up until their children leave their teens.

She consults with and conducts workshops for parents of children in all age groups - infants, toddlers, pre-schoolers, school age children, tweens and teens.

She is passionate about explaining complicated medical concepts to people with no medical background - using fun examples from everyday life while dispensing with the use of mindboggling Medical Terminology.

Dr Dutta can be reached at debmita.dutta@gmail.com
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Debmita Dutta
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47
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English
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Family & Relationships / Parenting / General
Health & Fitness / Diet & Nutrition / Nutrition
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