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Posted by: | 2020/01/02

Water and milk: 8-9 years old

What should the daily intake in ml be for water and milk each? Other dairy products in mg, please. Thank you.

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- 2020/01/12

A 8 to 9 year old child should drink a minimum of 750 ml to 1000ml (3 to 4 glasses) of water a day To meet their calcium requirements they need a minimum of 2 dairy portions a day One portion equates to 1 glass milk or 175 ml plain yoghurt or 30 g (match box size) of hard cheese

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