Our expert says:
Yoghurt is an excellent food being rich in high quality protein and calcium. You don't mention if your 2-year-old daughter still drinks any full-cream milk? but I presume she now prefers yoghurt. If she has low-fat yoghurt, but does eat full cream cheese and eggs and fish then she should certainly be getting adequate quantities of high quality protein, calcium, iron and zinc (esp from the eggs and fish), and essential fatty acids (esp from the cheese and fish), so I think her diet appears to be adequate in regard to these nutrients. It is also a good idea to introduce toddlers to sources of plant protein such as the baked beans and other legumes (dry cooked or canned beans, peas, lentils and soya) so that they learn to include these healthy foods in their diets for the rest of their lives.
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