Enfagrow A+® is an everyday toddler nutritional drink with DHA, an important...
500-750 mL/day (2-3 servings/day)
3 meals and 2 snacks
DHA is an Omega-3 fat prominent in your baby's brain and important for his normal brain and eye development. By your baby's 2nd birthday, most of his brain growth will have already occurred.
If using an infant formula, use a formula supplemented with docosahexaenoic acid(DHA). Once on solids, fatty fish is another excellent way to ensure your baby's diet is rich in DHA
1-3 yr olds: 70mg/day of DHA
Iron is essential for your baby's physical and mental growth, and as he grows he needs more to avoid iron deficiency anemia. Once your baby is on solids, make sure you provide iron rich foods.
Iron from animal products, especially meat, is absorbed more easily than from other sources. Vitamin C also helps absorption of iron from plant sources (non-heme-iron).
Your baby needs calcium for healthy development, especially of his bones and teeth.
The Canadian Paediatric Society recommends not introducing pasteurized whole cow's milk (3.25%) until at least 9-12 months of age.║