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Healthy Bodies (Content source - CDC USA)

By : Dr. KidNurture

  • Give your child water and plain milk instead of sugary drinks. After the first year, when your nursing toddler is eating more and different solid foods, breast milk is still an ideal addition to his diet.
  • Your toddler might become a very picky and erratic eater. Toddlers need less food because they don't grow as fast. It's best not to battle with him over this. Offer a selection of healthy foods and let him choose what she wants. Keep trying new foods; it might take time for him to learn to like them.
  • Limit screen time. For children younger than 2 years of age, the AAP recommends that it's best if toddlers not watch any screen media.
  • Your toddler will seem to be moving continually-running, kicking, climbing, or jumping. Let him be active-he's developing his coordination and becoming strong.