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Toddler eating less, nothing nutritious. Blood work shows he is anemic. How to improve health?

I have a 29 month old son toddler, I have always had trouble with him eating good, but in the past three weeks I am noticing he is eating less and less, and only wants to drink milk, chocolate milk, animal cookies, nothing nutritios, I am greeting worried because literally that is all he eats, we found that some blood work showed he was 11 with regards to being anemic.... Can you please advice
Asked On : Sat, 8 Dec 2012
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Feb 2013
You should give proper balanced diet containing leafy vegetables, vegetables and some very softly cooked meat to improve the hemoglobin and if required iron and hematinic syrup to correct the anemia. You stop all the junk food and restrict milk to below 500ml per day and try to give solid food.
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