Toddlers

Your toddler, stage by stage

Between 12 and 24 months old, toddlers develop in fascinating, exciting and surprising ways.
Physically, socially, emotionally and verbally, they are becoming more independent and able to express their budding personality. Accompany breastfeeding with a healthy, balanced diet that supports this development and provides the nutrients they need to learn and grow. Learn about the importance of certain nutrients at this stage, and why playing is an invaluable stepping stone to all future learning.

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Between the ages of 2 and 3 years old, your toddler will develop important skills and show you more of their unique personality. A steady supply of nutrients throughout this stage will help to fuel their learning and provide the energy they need to stay active and alert. Learn which nutrients are important at this time and how to ensure they get enough, even when they’re going through a fussy phase.

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Important notice

By clicking on the "Continue" button, you can learn more about infant nutrition. If you choose to continue, you agree that Danone is supplying this information at your individual request for information purposes. Breastmilk is the ideal food for infants: it is best adapted to their specific needs. A healthy and balanced diet of the mother is important for the preparation and continuation of breastfeeding. Mixed breastfeeding can interfere with breastfeeding and reduce milk production. It’s hard to reverse the choice of not breastfeeding. If an infant formula is used for a non-breastfed baby, it is important to carefully observe the instructions for preparation and use and to follow the advice of the medical profession. Incorrect use could pose a risk to the child’s health. Socio-economic implications must be considered in the use of infant formula. After 6 months, in addition to breastmilk, water is the only essential drink. Do not hesitate to consult your health care professional if you need advice on feeding your baby.

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