Toddler Feeding

Between one and two years of age (12-24 months), young children are transitioning to the family diet. This critical period for young children’s growth and development results in special nutritional needs to ensure recommended levels of iron, zinc, vitamin D, potassium, choline, calcium and essential fatty acids are being met.

As older infants and young children grow and continue to try new foods, their diets can sometimes lead to nutrient gaps, particularly when it comes to micronutrients like vitamins D and E. Toddler nutritional drinks are formulated to help meet these specific nutritional needs and contain energy-providing nutrients, as well as essential and appropriate vitamins and minerals.