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Grains and cereal

Find out how to include grains and cereals in your child's daily diet.

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Five food groups

Learn about the five food groups and how eating a variety from each every day will help your child develop and grow.

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Lean meat, fish, poultry and meat alternatives

Find out what varieties of protein there are and how you can serve them to your kids.

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Fruit

Find out when fruits are in-season and some tips for serving them to your little ones.

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Milk, cheese and yoghurt

Find out how dairy much your kids should be having and some tips on how to include in their daily diet.

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Vegetables and legumes/beans

Find out why veggies are good for kids, when your favourite veggies are in-season and tips for fussy eaters.

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Balancing introducing solids with milk feeds

Find out how to get started with balancing milk feeds and introducing solid foods and what are the best foods to start with.

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Your baby's growth and development - 9 months old

Your 9-month-old will, by now, really be developing their personality. They will form stronger attachments with a few people, preferring some over others.

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Healthy food groups: preschoolers | Raising Children Network

Preschoolers need foods from all five healthy food groups: vegetables, fruit, grain foods, dairy and protein. Try to limit salty, sugary and fatty foods.

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Swap It | GI Foundation

Using the Gi is easy

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