It is an excellent source of protein and calcium. It is also a good source of phosphorous, some B-complex vitamins, and Vitamins A and D, as well as some magnesium. Toddlers need the fats contained in full cream milk, so low fat or non-fat milk are not recommended. If your toddler gets tired of drinking the same milk over and over, try to be innovative: add a teaspoon or two of chocolate or strawberry flavoring. Better yet, mix it with some fresh fruits your little one loves or make it into a nutritious milkshake.
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Green leafy vegetables such as kangkong contain calcium, iron, and folacin, while yellow vegetables such as carrots and squash are rich in Vitamin A.
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Fruits are rich in vitamins and are well-liked by most kids. Bananas are rich in potassium, magnesium, and Vitamin B6, while mangoes and papayas contain both Vitamins A and C.
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These rice alternatives are needed to fuel the body of your toddler.
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They are also rich in protein and a good alternative to meat, if your toddler finds it too tough to chew. In case kids do not prefer seafood, you can offer them skinless chicken. Eggs are also good sources of these minerals and vitamins.