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Guardian of a Newborn6 months ago
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Guardian of a 1 yr 10 m old boy6 months ago
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Guardian of a Newborn9 months ago
Author of questionGuardian of a Newborn9 months ago
A. Your 1-year-old is changing, growing, and discovering at a whirlwind pace. Making sure they’re getting the foods they need may be a concern. Inconsistent food choices and a fickle appetite are par for the course at this age. As frustrating as it might be, this is entirely normal as your toddler establishes independence and learns to discern their body’s fullness and hunger cues. By the time they reach 12 months, toddlers need about 1,000 calories, 700 mg of calcium, 600 IU of vitamin D, and 7 mg of iron each day to support proper growth, according to the American Academy of Pediatrics (1Trusted Source). With so much going on, you might be wondering how to best feed your 1-year-old without spending all day in the kitchen or chasing after them. Here are 12 healthy and practical foods for 1-year-olds.
Guardian of a Newborn9 months ago
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VinodGuardian of a 1 yr 10 m old boy9 months ago
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SURAJMom of 4 children11 months ago
A. Oats are good for Health
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