my 20 month old loves kale chips. so much so that it's the only thing he will reliably eat. he snacks on it all day every day. and i think it's weird! is there such thing as too much kale? i know there is, but should his instincts kick in on this and say enough is enough?
the only other things he will eat are nuts (sort of, he can't really chew them well yet, but he can't get enough of them anyway), meats sometimes, or if it's available, starchy foods. but i am limiting/cutting out the starchy foods because i suspect he has yeasty issues, so the only time he really sees them is if we are out with people, at which point he becomes ravenous. and then won't poo for a week. so he has a very limited diet. (he will occasionally get into lentils if i make it into a dip and he will use squash "chips" for a dipping utensil, but he seems to have phased out of that). he also won't eat nut flour "breads". but he will eat my grain free (so nut) granola balls. he is also still getting plenty of BM.
so my dilemma is that i feel like i should trust his instincts with the kale, but not with the starch...wwyd? and what about eating so many nuts....aren't there a lot of omega 6's in nuts? i'm worried about inflammation....