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In early 2019 the American Academy of Pediatrics changed its guidelines and recommended that parents begin introducing highly allergenic foods to their infants as early as four to six months of age. They stress this recommendation especially for children at high risk of food allergies, such as those with a family history of allergies or those with severe eczema.
Anyone with a toddler knows that they can go through some pretty picky phases when it comes to food. A common phase is refusing to even touch their veggies. Thankfully, there are some easy tricks to make sure your kiddo is getting all the nutrients they need! Here are ten sneaky ways to get your toddler to eat their veggies.
A vast majority of the snacks that parents consider “healthy” for their toddlers and kids likely aren’t healthy at all. Go-to snacks like granola bars, yogurt, and applesauce are often loaded with sugar and lacking in nutrients. Read on to find out why some commonly served snacks may not be as healthy as you think and discover some healthier options and alternatives!