Your toddler’s nutritional needs are much higher than an adult’s or even older children in relation to their body size. They are growing fast and becoming more and more active as the weeks go by. As a result they require more calories (energy) and nutrients in each spoonful of food than we do. Your toddler… Read more »
From birth to their first birthday, milk was a constant in their diet. During the toddler years and beyond, milk continues to be an important source of calcium for strong bones and teeth and also a good source of protein and energy.
What your toddler drinks and when can have an impact on their overall diet. Their fluid intake is important to ensure that they do not get dehydrated.