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Hello, folks. I have a toddler and I am still investigating about his eating. I wonder if I should try to offer to my toddler food that I am eating at the moment. Do you have any experience with this? I would appreciate if someone could answer me this. Thank you in advance.

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Hi. Toddlers are in a period of intensifying growth, so they need a lot of nutrients. In general, they can eat everything adults do. If you eat healthy, you can offer your toddler the food that you’re eating. But, they can eat in much smaller amounts. You should give him full-fat milk. Don’t give them low-fat milk. Meat and eggs are also necessary. Fruit and vegetables are also a must. Ask your pediatrician if you have some doubts. Bye!
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