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Nutrition for the first five yearsNutrition for the first five years

Marked by rapid growth and developmental milestones, the first five years of a child’s life are particularly formative. Infants and toddlers need a regular supply of vitamins, minerals, essential fatty acids (EFAs) and other nutrients to support development of the immune system, bones, brain, eyes and central nervous system. In addition, a wide range of foods is introduced during these years, opening the door to possible food allergies, as well as potential issues with obesity and diabetes.

May 30, 2018

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Nutrition for the first five years

Takeaways for Your Business

• Widespread availability of processed, sweetened and fatty foods can hinder proper childhood nutrition.
• Only 30% of preschoolers meet the recommendation for five daily servings of fruits and vegetables.
• Selenium, choline, vitamin K2 and omega-3s are among the many nutrients young children need.

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