Portion Sizes for 1-4 year olds

Use our portion size ranges to find out how much is too much.

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Tot It Up

Use our toddler food tracker to check that your 1-4 year olds are getting a good balance of foods and activity

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    An Introduction to Food Hypersensitivity

    Are you worried that your toddler may suffer from a food allergy or intolerance? They differ in the ways in which a 'culprit' food can cause them, but both may cause unpleasant symptoms.

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    The Management of Food Hypersensivity

    These guidelines will help you cope with your toddler's food allergy. It is important to ask to see a dietitian who will be able to advise you on how to make sure that your toddler's diet is nutritionally balanced. A dietitian can also advise you on suitable food substitutes.

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    Iron Deficiency Anaemia in Toddlers

    It is important that toddlers get enough iron in their diet to prevent them from becoming anaemic. When toddlers are anaemic, their blood is unable to supply all the oxygen that their bodies need.

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    Protecting Toddlers from Tooth Decay

    There are many causes and risks for developing tooth decay, and prevention is better than treatment. You can protect your toddler's teeth and prevent tooth decay by regular brushing with a fluoride toothpaste, and sensible eating and drinking habits.

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    Constipation in Toddlers

    Constipation is increasingly common in childhood, often causing misery and discomfort to toddlers and families. If you think your child is constipated, do not be afraid to seek help - sooner is better than later.

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    Preventing Vitamin D Deficiency in Toddlers

    Vitamin D is essential for healthy growth and development in childhood. In the UK a balanced diet and sunlight will not necessarily provide enough vitamin D to prevent deficiency, so all infants, toddlers, pregnant and breastfeeding mothers should take a daily vitamin D supplement.

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