Poor weight gain

Poor weight gain is defined as gaining weight at a slower rate than other children who are of the same age and sex. Weight gain normally follows a predictable course from infancy to adolescence. However, some children don’t gain weight from birth, and other children gain weight normally for a while then slow or stop gaining weight. Poor weight gain is not a disease but rather a symptom.

Nutritional therapy is the primary treatment for children with poor weight gain. For children with medical problems that are limiting weight gain specialist attention is needed. Homeopathic medicines are extremely helpful for children in need of weight gain. The remedy selection is highly individual. They help with weight gain while at the same time building the body’s immunity.For more information contact us.