My child eats sweets only. What to do?

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Parents are often anxious when it comes to children’s diets. At the same time, some of them try to feed the child at any cost, offer more and more attractive food and, as a result, almost completely replace natural products with sweet and fast food. The other part strives to make the child’s nutrition as healthy as possible, so they establish strict controls and completely forbid children to eat sweets. But strict prohibitions and the division of food into “good” and “bad” work only as long as the adult has complete control over the child’s nutrition.

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