Create a structured eating routine consisting of three meals, two snacks, and sufficient fluid intake.
Focus on a balanced diet rather than making fancy meals. Include whole grains, rice, vegetables and protien.
Add a little excitement to their food by being creative with toppings that can engage your child to eat healthy food.
Take it slow when introducing new food to children. Kids need some time to adapt before they start liking the food.
Make your child a small part of your cooking and let them enjoy the process. This will create an interest in eating.
Allow them to eat noodles, burgers, pizza and fries once in a while. So, their taste changes and they don't complain about food.