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Canada’s Food Guide

Recommendations for toddlers
Offer your toddler a variety of healthy foods as outlined in
Canada’s Food Guide.
Let your toddler decide how much of it to eat and trust their ability to follow their hunger and fullness cues. The amount of food your toddler eats may vary from day to day and depends on things like growth spurts, activity level and emotions.
Younger toddlers 1-2 years of age tend to eat small portions.
Most toddlers will have one quarter to one half of an adult portion. Serve small healthy meals and snacks throughout the day, aiming for 3 meals
and 2–3 nutritious snacks per day.
Eat together as a family whenever possible.
During regular family meals, you can act as a positive role model for healthy eating habits like exploring new foods, establishing healthy eating patterns and creating a positive relationship with food.
Have plenty of vegetables and fruit
Provide a variety of textures, colours and shapes.
pears, apples, berries, broccoli, peaches, cabbage, AND leafy greens
Cooked vegetables
30–45 mL
Soft Fruit
45–75 mL
Vegetables and fruits are high in vitamins, minerals and fibre.
Choose whole grain products as often as possible
quinoa, whole grain pasta, whole grain bread, and whole oats
Whole grain foods are great sources of energy, fibre, vitamins and minerals.
Eat protein foods
Choose lean meats and plant-based proteins.
eggs, lean meats and poultry, fish,
beans, peas and lentilS
* Health Canada recommends to limit the amount of mercury from fish, toddlers should eat no more than 75 g per month of fresh/frozen tuna, shark, swordfish, marlin, orange roughy and escolar. Albacore (white) canned tuna should be limited to 75 g per week.
Proteins provide energy and are important to build and repair tissues. Protein foods are rich in protein, vitamins and minerals like iron, and plant-based proteins are richer in fibre and lower in saturated fats.
If your toddler seems thirsty, water should be the beverage of choice. Limit fruit juice and other sweetened beverages
WHOLE MILK (3.25%)
Provide 500 mL of whole milk daily for toddlers until 2 years old
Whole cow’s milk (3.25% M.F.) is recommended daily for children until 2 years old to help meet their energy and nutrient needs. Provide partly skimmed 1% or 2% milk only to children 2 years and older
Choose foods with healthy fats
Do not restrict nutritious foods because of their fat content, fat is an important source of energy for development and growth of children.
Choose foods that contain healthy fats instead of those with saturated fats.
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Post this guide on your fridge for easy reference