The most recent recommendations are 1-1/2 serves a day of calcium rich food up to age 4 - 1 serve is 200g of yogurt or 2 slices if cheese so honestly milk is more great marketing than a dietary requirement!
My DS has never had milk as a drink but does eat yogurt and cheese and gets calcium from other sources like seeds, nuts , chia seeds, kale , salmon and small amounts in all fruit and veggies and breads
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05-08-2014 14:25 #11
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05-08-2014 14:26 #12
Was consistency of rice pudding/risotto and DD could not get enough of it.
As a 4yo that's still my go to meal for her when I'm lazy. I mix in peas and chopped ham or chicken.
Give it a try.
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