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Feeding your toddler or preschoolerFFeeding your toddler or preschoolerFeeding your toddler or preschoolerEnglishNutritionChild (0-12 years);Teen (13-18 years)NANAHealthy living and preventionCaregivers Adult (19+) Educators Hospital healthcare providers Community healthcare providers Remote populations First nationsNA2013-09-27T04:00:00Z7.1000000000000072.00000000000001119.00000000000Flat ContentHealth A-Z<p>Discover some easy, creative and nutritious meal and snack ideas for your toddler or preschooler.</p><p>Children from age one to four usually are usually exploring new foods and developing their eating habits. Meal plans can help them enjoy a variety of foods while saving you time during the week. </p> <br><h2>Key points</h2> <ul><li>Offer your toddler or preschooler a range of options from all four food groups.</li> <li>Be sure to offer toddlers soft, bite-sized pieces of food, paying attention to the risk of choking.</li> <li>Use meal planning with your preschooler as an opportunity to talk about nutrition.</li> <li>Help your child develop good eating habits by balancing a relaxed family mealtime atmosphere with rules about when a child can leave the table.</li></ul>
Nourrir votre tout petit ou enfant d'âge préscolaireNNourrir votre tout petit ou enfant d'âge préscolaireFeeding your toddler or preschoolerFrenchNutritionChild (0-12 years);Teen (13-18 years)NANAHealthy living and preventionCaregivers Adult (19+) Educators Hospital healthcare providers Community healthcare providers Remote populations First nationsNA2013-09-27T04:00:00Z000Flat ContentHealth A-Z<p>Découvrez des idées de repas et de collation faciles, créatives et nutritives destinées aux tout petits et aux enfants d’âges préscolaires.</p><p>Les enfants de un à quatre ans explorent habituellement de nouveaux aliments et développent leurs habitudes alimentaires. La planification des repas peut les aider à apprécier une variété d’aliments tout en vous faisant économiser du temps pendant la semaine.</p> <br><h2>À retenir</h2> <ul><li>Offrez à votre tout petit ou votre enfant d’âge préscolaire différentes options issues des quatre groupes alimentaires.</li> <li>Assurez-vous d’offrir des aliments mous coupés en bouchées en portant attention aux risques d’étouffement.</li> <li>Utilisez la planification des repas comme une occasion de discuter de nutrition avec votre enfant d’âge préscolaire.</li> <li>Aidez votre enfant à développer ses bonnes habitudes alimentaires en trouvant l’équilibre entre une atmosphère familiale décontractée et des règles de sortie de table.</li></ul>

 

 

NutritionNutritionNutritionNEnglishNutritionChild (0-12 years);Teen (13-18 years)BodyNAConditions and diseasesCaregivers Adult (19+)NA2018-01-19T05:00:00Z000Landing PageLearning Hub<p>Learn what nutrition is optimal for your child from the time they are born to the time they are a teen. Learn about the different food groups and find information about the different nutrients that food contains.<br></p><p>Learn about the different food groups and find examples of serving sizes for each group. Find information about the different nutrients in food and how much of each you need every day to stay healthy. Finally, learn what nutrition is optimal for your child from the time they are born to the time they are school-aged, a pre-teen and a teen.<br><br></p><div class="asset-video"> <iframe src="https://www.youtube.com/embed/videoseries?list=PLjJtOP3StIuWUXjWrdyCgA0D4WUZ5RB1n" frameborder="0"></iframe><br></div><p>For more videos from SickKids experts in collaboration with Youngster, visit <a href="https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCoKMd2cYwegtZX19uHdNLQA">Youngster on YouTube</a>.</p><div class="panel panel-primary"><div class="panel-heading clickable"> <span class="pull-right panel-heading-collapsable-icon"><i class="mdi mdi-chevron-down"></i></span> <h2 class="panel-title">Nutrients and food groups</h2></div><div class="panel-body list-group" style="display:none;"><p>Use Canada’s Food Guide and other articles below to learn about the four food groups and how to get your child the vitamins and minerals they need from their food.</p></div><ol class="list-group" style="display:none;"><li class="list-group-item"> <a class="overview-links" href="/Article?contentid=1436&language=English">Canada's Food Guide</a></li><li class="list-group-item"> <a class="overview-links" href="/Article?contentid=1437&language=English">Vegetables and fruit</a></li><li class="list-group-item"> <a class="overview-links" href="/Article?contentid=1438&language=English">Whole grains</a></li><li class="list-group-item"> <a class="overview-links" href="/Article?contentid=1439&language=English">Protein foods</a></li><li class="list-group-item"> <a class="overview-links" href="/Article?contentid=1441&language=English">Balancing your family's diet and fitting in treats</a></li><li class="list-group-item"> <a class="overview-links" href="/Article?contentid=1443&language=English">Carbohydrates (carbs)</a></li><li class="list-group-item"> <a class="overview-links" href="/Article?contentid=1445&language=English">Fat</a></li><li class="list-group-item"> <a class="overview-links" href="/Article?contentid=1454&language=English">Sugar substitutes and caffeine: Acceptable daily intake</a></li><li class="list-group-item"> <a class="overview-links" href="/Article?contentid=1455&language=English">Food safety</a></li><li class="list-group-item"> <a class="overview-links" href="/Article?contentid=1952&language=English">Nutrition labels: Finding out about the food you eat</a></li><li><div class="panel-heading clickable"> <span class="pull-right panel-heading-collapsable-icon"><i class="mdi mdi-chevron-down"></i></span> <h3>Vitamins and minerals</h3></div><ol class="list-group" style="display:none;"><li class="list-group-item"> <a class="overview-links" href="/Article?contentid=1446&language=English">Vitamin B12</a></li><li class="list-group-item"> <a class="overview-links" href="/Article?contentid=1447&language=English">Vitamin D</a></li><li class="list-group-item"> <a class="overview-links" href="/Article?contentid=1448&language=English">Calcium</a></li><li class="list-group-item"> <a class="overview-links" href="/Article?contentid=1449&language=English">Folate</a></li><li class="list-group-item"> <a class="overview-links" href="/Article?contentid=1450&language=English">Iron</a></li><li class="list-group-item"> <a class="overview-links" href="/Article?contentid=1451&language=English">Magnesium</a></li><li class="list-group-item"> <a class="overview-links" href="/Article?contentid=1452&language=English">Zinc</a></li><li class="list-group-item"> <a class="overview-links" href="/Article?contentid=1453&language=English">Other vitamins and minerals</a></li></ol></li></ol></div><div class="panel panel-primary"><div class="panel-heading clickable"> <span class="pull-right panel-heading-collapsable-icon"><i class="mdi mdi-chevron-down"></i></span> <h2 class="panel-title">Nutrition for your baby</h2></div><div class="panel-body list-group" style="display:none;"><p>Read about the stages of your baby’s nutrition and how to safely feed your baby solids.</p></div><ol class="list-group" style="display:none;"><li class="list-group-item"> <a class="overview-links" href="/Article?contentid=1456&language=English">Nutrition for your baby</a></li><li class="list-group-item"> <a class="overview-links" href="/Article?contentid=1457&language=English">Understanding your baby's feeding cues</a></li><li class="list-group-item"> <a class="overview-links" href="/Article?contentid=1458&language=English">Introducing new food textures to your baby</a></li><li class="list-group-item"> <a class="overview-links" href="/Article?contentid=1459&language=English">Pasteurized food and babies</a></li></ol></div><div class="panel panel-primary"><div class="panel-heading clickable"> <span class="pull-right panel-heading-collapsable-icon"><i class="mdi mdi-chevron-down"></i></span> <h2 class="panel-title">Nutrition for your toddler or preschooler</h2></div><div class="panel-body list-group" style="display:none;"><p>Discover ways of encouraging healthy eating with the help of meal plans and guidance on appetite slumps. Also find information on preventing choking in toddlers and preschoolers.</p></div><ol class="list-group" style="display:none;"><li class="list-group-item"> <a class="overview-links" href="/Article?contentid=1460&language=English">Feeding your toddler or preschooler</a></li><li class="list-group-item"> <a class="overview-links" href="/Article?contentid=1461&language=English">Drinks for your toddler or preschooler</a></li><li class="list-group-item"> <a class="overview-links" href="/Article?contentid=1462&language=English">Food likes and dislikes</a></li><li class="list-group-item"> <a class="overview-links" href="/Article?contentid=1463&language=English">Preventing choking in toddlers and preschoolers</a></li></ol></div><div class="panel panel-primary"><div class="panel-heading clickable"> <span class="pull-right panel-heading-collapsable-icon"><i class="mdi mdi-chevron-down"></i></span> <h2 class="panel-title">Nutrition for your school-aged child, tween or teen</h2></div><div class="panel-body list-group" style="display:none;"><p>Support your child’s changing nutrition needs as they face changing activity levels, growth spurts, and influences from friends, family and media.</p></div><ol class="list-group" style="display:none;"><li class="list-group-item"> <a class="overview-links" href="/Article?contentid=1464&language=English">Meal ideas for school-aged children, tweens and teens</a></li><li class="list-group-item"> <a class="overview-links" href="/Article?contentid=1465&language=English">Involving kids in meal time tasks</a></li><li class="list-group-item"> <a class="overview-links" href="/Article?contentid=1466&language=English">Healthy food and drink choices outside the home</a></li><li class="list-group-item"> <a class="overview-links" href="/Article?contentid=1967&language=English">Vegetarian child</a></li><li class="list-group-item"> <a class="overview-links" href="/Article?contentid=1942&language=English">Fast foods: Better choices</a></li><li class="list-group-item"> <a class="overview-links" href="/Article?contentid=1992&language=English">Sports nutrition</a></li></ol></div><div class="panel panel-primary"><div class="panel-heading clickable"> <span class="pull-right panel-heading-collapsable-icon"><i class="mdi mdi-chevron-down"></i></span> <h2 class="panel-title">Health and wellness</h2></div><div class="panel-body list-group" style="display:none;"><p>Find out why vitamins and minerals are important in your child’s diet and how to make sure they are getting enough. Also discover what fibre, prebiotics, and probiotics do for the digestive system.</p></div><ol class="list-group" style="display:none;"><li class="list-group-item"> <a class="overview-links" href="/Article?contentid=1970&language=English">Bone health: The role of calcium and vitamin D </a></li><li class="list-group-item"> <a class="overview-links" href="/Article?contentid=1943&language=English">Fat in children's food: What you need to know</a></li><li class="list-group-item"> <a class="overview-links" href="/Article?contentid=1978&language=English">Finding a weight that is right for you</a></li><li class="list-group-item"> <a class="overview-links" href="/Article?contentid=964&language=English">Higher fibre diet</a></li><li class="list-group-item"> <a class="overview-links" href="/Article?contentid=1916&language=English">Iron: Guidelines to improve your child's intake</a></li><li class="list-group-item"> <a class="overview-links" href="/Article?contentid=1990&language=English">Prebiotics and probiotics</a></li><li class="list-group-item"> <a class="overview-links" href="/Article?contentid=1965&language=English">Soy foods in your diet</a></li></ol></div><div class="panel panel-primary"><div class="panel-heading clickable"> <span class="pull-right panel-heading-collapsable-icon"><i class="mdi mdi-chevron-down"></i></span> <h2 class="panel-title">Food allergies and sensitivities</h2></div><div class="panel-body list-group" style="display:none;"><p>Find out how to manage the most common food allergies and sensitivities and when to get your child tested.</p></div><ol class="list-group" style="display:none;"><li class="list-group-item"> <a class="overview-links" href="/Article?contentid=806&language=English">Egg allergy</a></li><li class="list-group-item"> <a class="overview-links" href="/Article?contentid=807&language=English">Fish allergy</a></li><li class="list-group-item"> <a class="overview-links" href="/Article?contentid=808&language=English">Milk allergy</a></li><li class="list-group-item"> <a class="overview-links" href="/Article?contentid=809&language=English">Peanut allergy</a></li><li class="list-group-item"> <a class="overview-links" href="/Article?contentid=810&language=English">Seafood allergy</a></li><li class="list-group-item"> <a class="overview-links" href="/Article?contentid=811&language=English">Sesame seed allergy</a></li><li class="list-group-item"> <a class="overview-links" href="/Article?contentid=805&language=English">Soy allergy</a></li><li class="list-group-item"> <a class="overview-links" href="/Article?contentid=812&language=English">Tree nut allergy</a></li><li class="list-group-item"> <a class="overview-links" href="/Article?contentid=813&language=English">Wheat allergy</a></li><li class="list-group-item"> <a class="overview-links" href="/Article?contentid=1944&language=English">Food allergies and travelling</a></li></ol></div><div class="panel 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href="/Article?contentid=1981&language=English">Hand hygiene</a></li><li class="list-group-item"> <a class="overview-links" href="/Article?contentid=907&language=English">Viral gastroenteritis (stomach flu)</a></li><li><div class="panel-heading clickable"> <span class="pull-right panel-heading-collapsable-icon"><i class="mdi mdi-chevron-down"></i></span> <h3>Symptoms of food poisoning</h3></div><ol class="list-group" style="display:none;"><li class="list-group-item"> <a class="overview-links" href="/Article?contentid=4&language=English">Abnormal-looking stool</a></li><li class="list-group-item"> <a class="overview-links" href="/Article?contentid=776&language=English">Dehydration</a></li><li class="list-group-item"> <a class="overview-links" href="/Article?contentid=7&language=English">Diarrhea</a></li><li class="list-group-item"> <a class="overview-links" href="/Article?contentid=746&language=English">Vomiting</a></li></ol></li></ol></div><div class="panel panel-primary"><div class="panel-heading clickable"> <span class="pull-right panel-heading-collapsable-icon"><i class="mdi mdi-chevron-down"></i></span> <h2 class="panel-title">Pregnancy and nutrition</h2></div><div class="panel-body list-group" style="display:none;"><p>Good nutrition is important for gaining the recommended amount of pregnancy weight, supporting fecal development and reducing the risk of complications during pregnancy and birth.</p></div><ol class="list-group" style="display:none;"><li class="list-group-item"> <a class="overview-links" href="/Article?contentid=1989&language=English">Nutrition before pregnancy and during pregnancy</a></li><li class="list-group-item"> <a class="overview-links" href="/Article?contentid=1991&language=English">Pregnancy nutrition: How to ease digestive discomfort through diet</a></li><li class="list-group-item"> <a class="overview-links" href="/Article?contentid=1980&language=English">Food safety during pregnancy</a></li><li class="list-group-item"> <a 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class="list-group-item"> <a class="overview-links" href="/Article?contentid=1467&language=English">GI tract</a></li><li class="list-group-item"> <a class="overview-links" href="/Article?contentid=1468&language=English">Liver, gallbladder and pancreas</a></li><li class="list-group-item"> <a class="overview-links" href="/Article?contentid=1469&language=English">Gut flora</a></li></ol></div>https://assets.aboutkidshealth.ca/AKHAssets/nutrition_learning_hub.jpgnutrition

 

 

Feeding your toddler or preschooler1460.00000000000Feeding your toddler or preschoolerFeeding your toddler or preschoolerFEnglishNutritionChild (0-12 years);Teen (13-18 years)NANAHealthy living and preventionCaregivers Adult (19+) Educators Hospital healthcare providers Community healthcare providers Remote populations First nationsNA2013-09-27T04:00:00Z7.1000000000000072.00000000000001119.00000000000Flat ContentHealth A-Z<p>Discover some easy, creative and nutritious meal and snack ideas for your toddler or preschooler.</p><p>Children from age one to four usually are usually exploring new foods and developing their eating habits. Meal plans can help them enjoy a variety of foods while saving you time during the week. </p> <br><h2>Key points</h2> <ul><li>Offer your toddler or preschooler a range of options from all four food groups.</li> <li>Be sure to offer toddlers soft, bite-sized pieces of food, paying attention to the risk of choking.</li> <li>Use meal planning with your preschooler as an opportunity to talk about nutrition.</li> <li>Help your child develop good eating habits by balancing a relaxed family mealtime atmosphere with rules about when a child can leave the table.</li></ul><h2>Balancing the food groups for toddlers</h2><p>Meet your child's needs by including food from all <a href="/Article?contentid=1436&language=English">food groups</a> in their diet. Continue to offer new food to encourage a wider variety of food choices in your child's diet. </p><p>You do not need to restrict fat in your child's diet when they are under the age of two. Their rapid growth needs the high energy content that fat delivers. In addition, a child's brain grows rapidly in the first two years of life. Your child needs <a href="/_layouts/15/Catalog.aspx?Url=https%3A%2F%2Fauthoring%2Eaboutkidshealth%2Eca%2Fakh%2FPages%2FFat%2DEnglish%2Easpx">fat</a> to support this growth and development. For children under the age of two, choose high-fat cheese and yogurt as well as high-fat, homogenized (3.25%) milk. </p><p>Keep a balance among the food groups to encourage healthy eating.</p><h2>Sample meal plan</h2><p>This sample meal plan will help give you a start with "creative" meal planning for your family. Feel free to change it to suit your child's or family's needs using the suggestions listed below.</p><p> <strong>Day 1</strong><br> Breakfast: Cereal, milk, berries<br> Lunch: Pasta, tomato sauce, cheese, grated or cubed<br> Dinner: Fish, mashed potato, broccoli<br> Snack ideas: Toast fingers, yogurt, fruit</p><p> <strong>Day 2</strong><br> Breakfast: Pancakes, yogurt, banana<br> Lunch: Grilled cheese sandwich, cucumber cubes<br> Dinner: Tofu cubes (stir fried), brown rice, mixed vegetables<br> Snack ideas: Banana muffin (mini), fruit salad</p><p> <strong>Day 3</strong><br> Breakfast: Scrambled egg, toast, melon<br> Lunch: Brown rice, meatballs, broccoli<br> Dinner: Chicken breast, pita triangles, corn niblets<br> Snack ideas: Mini, plain rice cakes, cheese and crackers</p><p> <strong>Day 4</strong><br> Breakfast: Cereal, yogurt, berries<br> Lunch: Sandwich, turkey, carrots (steamed)<br> Dinner: Spaghetti, meat sauce, peas<br> Snack ideas: Cheese on toast, veggie sticks (steamed) and hummus</p><p> <strong>Day 5</strong><br> Breakfast: Toast, peanut butter or soy butter, peach slices<br> Lunch: Cottage cheese, fruit salad cubes, avocado spears<br> Dinner: Egg omelette or frittata, toast fingers, red pepper bites (blanched or lightly stir fried)<br> Snack ideas: Yogurt, cereal Os (dry), orange pieces (cut and peeled)</p><h2>Food ideas by food group</h2><p>Remember that toddlers are still learning to chew and swallow. Be sure to offer soft, bite-sized pieces of food small enough for them to manage. You can make the pieces a little bigger as your child becomes better at eating and chewing, but you still need to be aware of the risk of <a href="/Article?contentid=1463&language=English">choking</a>.</p><h3>Vegetables and fruit (in bite-sized pieces)</h3><ul><li>Peeled cucumber</li><li>Peeled, soft apple pieces</li><li>Orange wedges or slices</li><li>Mini broccoli trees (blanched or steamed, if needed)</li></ul><h3>Grain products</h3><ul><li>Cereal (O-shaped cereal especially)</li><li>Whole wheat toast fingers</li><li>Whole wheat pasta</li><li>Whole wheat pita or chapatti</li><li>Whole wheat couscous or brown rice</li></ul><h3>Milk and alternatives</h3><ul><li>3.25% fat milk (homogenized)</li><li>Cheese cut into bite-sized cubes</li><li>Plain yogurt with berries</li><li>Cottage cheese (low sodium, if available)</li></ul><h3>Meat and alternatives (in bite-sized pieces)</h3><ul><li>Turkey, beef, pork mini meatballs</li><li>Spaghetti sauce made with ground chicken or extra lean ground beef</li><li>Mini chicken kebabs (remove skewer before serving)</li><li>Baked or barbecued fish</li></ul><h2>Meals and snacks for preschoolers </h2><p>Children between the ages of two and four are exploring new foods. Remember to provide a variety of foods in a relaxed atmosphere and at predictable times. </p><p>Regular meal and snack times will help you establish a predictable eating routine. Use <a target="_blank" href="http://www.hc-sc.gc.ca/fn-an/alt_formats/hpfb-dgpsa/pdf/food-guide-aliment/view_eatwell_vue_bienmang-eng.pdf">Canada's Food Guide</a> to help you include three of the four food groups at each meal and one or two of the food groups at each snack.</p><h3>Other tips for keeping meal times enjoyable:</h3><ul><li>Let your child's appetite be the guide. It is normal for your child to eat and drink more on some days and less on others.</li><li>Keep a relaxed atmosphere when your preschooler eats. This sets a positive tone for them to enjoy food with others. Engage all family members in conversation, including your preschooler.</li><li>At times, your preschooler may want to leave the table to go play. Have a set of family rules about when children are allowed to leave the table. Sitting together and eating is an important time for your family, but try to be flexible so that eating does not become a chore or punishment.</li></ul><h2>Meal planning</h2><p>Once your child is a preschooler, you can ask them to help you with meal planning. Use this opportunity to teach them about Canada's Food Guide and have them pick out foods from each food group. This will help them learn more about nutrition and healthy food choices.</p><h3>Other ways to include your preschooler in family meal times</h3><ul><li>Help your child become familiar with what is involved in planning meals. For example, have them check ingredients and write a shopping list.</li><li>Allow your child to help prepare and cook a meal in a safe way, for instance by helping to wash vegetables or add ingredients into a mixing bowl.</li><li>Offer foods that are easy for your child to eat on their own.</li><li>Follow a meal plan like the one below to help you plan your preschooler's meals and snacks.</li></ul><h2>Sample meal plan</h2><p><strong>Day 1</strong><br> Breakfast: French toast (whole wheat bread), canned peaches, milk<br> Lunch: Chicken with shredded lettuce and carrots in whole wheat pita, melon slices, milk<br> Dinner: Broiled ham steak with potatoes and corn, fruit, oatmeal cookie, milk<br> Snack ideas: Apple with cheese, whole wheat crackers, bran muffin with apple juice</p><p><strong>Day 2</strong><br> Breakfast: Oatmeal, orange sections, milk<br> Lunch: Egg salad sandwich, raw vegetables with yogurt dip, milk<br> Dinner: Turkey burger on whole wheat bun, sweet potato fries, frozen yogurt, milk<br> Snack ideas: Whole wheat toast with cream cheese and orange segments, graham crackers fresh/canned peaches</p> <p><strong>Day 3</strong><br> Breakfast: Cold whole grain cereal, apple, milk<br> Lunch: Vegetable soup, peanut butter on whole wheat pita bread triangles, pudding, milk<br> Dinner: Veggie/beef with pasta, mixed dark green lettuce salad, whole grain bread, milk<br> Snack ideas: Banana and berry smoothie, whole wheat crackers and cheese with kiwi halves</p><p><strong>Day 4</strong><br> Breakfast: Bagel with light cream cheese, orange sections, milk<br> Lunch: Macaroni and cheese, carrots and broccoli, oatmeal cookie, milk<br> Dinner: BBQ chicken, corn, green beans, whole wheat bread, milk<br> Snack ideas: Graham crackers and apple sauce, banana and yogurt</p><p><strong>Day 5</strong><br> Breakfast: Cold whole grain cereal, fruit, milk<br> Lunch: Tuna sandwich, vegetables, yogurt (plain or fruit), milk<br> Dinner: Pork or beef kebobs, couscous or rice, apple crisp, milk<br> Snack ideas: Whole wheat crackers with hummus and orange juice, bran muffin</p>https://assets.aboutkidshealth.ca/AKHAssets/feeding_your_toddler_or_preschooler.jpgFeeding your toddler or preschoolerFalse

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