Feeding your toddlerWritten by Katrina Cassel
Compared to infancy, physical growth slows during the toddler years, and a toddler’s appetite varies, says Dr. Aurelia Radulescu, assistant professor of pediatrics at the University of Kentucky. "Parents should offer only nutritious foods, encourage variety and let the child decide how much he wants to eat, which is, most of the time, how much he needs."
The American Academy of Pediatrics suggests that toddlers:
Parents who are concerned about their children’s growth or food intake should consult their family physician.
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