The food they eat in a week is enough to feed two families in a month in their village in Gujarat, western India, Mirror reports.
But their father, a poor farmer, Rameshbhai Nandwana, 34, is so desperate for medical help for them, fearing they could die and now planning to sell his kidney to be able to meet up with medical bills.
"A few social workers have come forward to help but it’s not just about the food. If my kids continue to grow at this rapid rate they will have major health issues. We’re terrified they will die. I am ready to sell my kidneys if the money can help in their treatment," he said.
Little Harsh gulps down eight glasses of milk a day, his sisters Yogita and Anisha devour eight chapatis (Indian bread), 2kg of rice and three bowls of broth, six packets of crisps, five packets of biscuits, one dozen bananas and a litre of milk every day.
The kids with just some of the pile of food they eat daily
Their uncontrollable hunger keeps their mother Pragna Ben, 30, in the kitchen the whole day. Sadly, the toddlers are also unable to walk by themselves.