Creating Healthy Eating Habits at Any Age
Healthy kids have healthy, balanced diets. But, for many parents, this balance can be hard to achieve – especially with picky eaters and food allergies.
At High Desert Pediatrics, our child diet doctors are always here to help your kids develop healthy eating habits. From infancy to toddlerhood to adolescence, we can help you with nutritional advice and strategies to help your kids grow strong and healthy.
Infant Nutrition and Care
When your child is a baby, they are growing and developing every day. This is why nutrition is so crucial. At High Desert Pediatrics, our pediatricians can answer any of your feeding questions and address dietary concerns right away to ensure that your child has the nutritional support they need to grow and develop normally.
Worried about your child’s nutrition?
Call High Desert Pediatrics at 505-255-1866 or click here to schedule an appointment.
Toddler Diets & Nutrition
Whether you want your toddler to eat more veggies or are concerned about their weight, our doctors can evaluate your child’s nutrition to ensure that are getting the recommended food groups to fuel growth and development. These food groups include:
At High Desert Pediatrics, we believe in practicing pediatric medicine that is personalized. Our child diet pediatricians get to know your family on a personal level to create nutritional strategies that are realistic and practical for your child.
Albuquerque Dietician for Adolescents
Eating a balanced diet is essential to overall pediatric health, especially as a teenager. Whether your child is an athlete or is struggling with maintaining or reaching a healthy weight, our Albuquerque pediatricians can recommend dietary measures to help meet their goals.
Contact Our Albuquerque Pediatric Office
Child nutrition is important. If you are concerned about your child’s nutrition or have questions about their current dietary needs, contact us. We can set up an appointment for you to discuss your needs with one of our child diet pediatricians.