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Foods that May be Unsafe for Your Child
As your child grows up, you'll love to try food from your plate, and you'll want to add variety to your diet. But not all foods are safe for your child, even if you are old. Some still present a risk of drowning.
Foods to avoid: from 12 to 24 months
Low-fat milk: most children aged the 1-3 need for their growth and development the fat and calories of whole milk. Once your child is two years old, if he has no growth problems, you might start to give him low-fat milk. If your child has a risk of obesity or heart disease, the doctor may recommend starting with low-fat milk before two years.
Foods you might drown in:
Large pieces: At this age, you should chop the food into pieces the size of a pea. This is the best way to avoid choke. Cut, grate, or cook hard vegetables such as carrots, celery, and green beans to keep them from getting stuck in your child's esophagus. Cut grape grains, small tomatoes (cherry tomatoes), peaches in syrup and melon balls into
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