Our expert says:
Small children have small stomachs and may need to eat smaller portions more frequently than adults. Is she also still having additional milk and/or yoghurt (besides the milk at breakfast)? If not, then you need to add half a cup milk/yoghurt at least 3 times a day to provide sufficient calcium. If she does not eat red meat like beef and pork yet, and no eggs? then she may need extra iron, so do include eggs as part of her diet. If you click on 'Child' at the top of this page and then on 'Nutrition' and 'Menus for Toddlers from 1-3 years' you will obtain the quantities a 2-year-old child should be eating. Read the other articles on Toddlers too for additional information.
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