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  • As your child becomes a toddler, he should become fully integrated into family meals, though he may still need a hand cutting things up for a while
  • It's really important to make sure family meals are suitable for your child, so use as little sugar, salt and strong spices in your recipes as you can get away with
  • Milk still plays an important role in your toddler's diet, though they need slightly less now, about 350 ml of milk or 2-3 servings of dairy foods per day
  • If your toddler is not such a good eater, you may want to consider using toddler milk to help ensure they are getting all the nutrients they need every day
  • Your toddler should be eating a wide variety of foods from each of the food groups and you should be aiming for:
    - 4 servings of carbohydrate foods a day
    - 2-3 servings of dairy foods a day (this includes their milk)
    - 1-2 servings of meat or meat alternatives a day
    - 5 servings of fruit and vegetables a day


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