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An age-appropriate diet is one that provides adequate nutrition, is appropriate for a child's state of development, and can help prevent childhood obesity. A good diet is built on highly nutritious foods from each of the main food groups. There are several methods for evaluating a Pediatric diet including 3 day written diaries, food frequency checklists and kitchen inventories.

  • Dietary Fat and Toddlers
  • Optimizing Nutrition
  • Selecting Snacks
  • Unsafe Foods
  • Essential size of food
  • Elements in the Diet
  • Diet During Illness
  • Pediatric Nutrition Care Manual
  • Nutrients and Clinical Strategies
  • Learning the Right Things
  • Customized Care
  • Preschools & Centre Based Care
  • Family Child Care

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