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Special diets for kids

Special diets for kids may be due to metabolic conditions, allergies or your beliefs. Here are tips on how to give your child the nutrients they need.

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Vegetarian feeding guide for babies and toddlers

At 4 to 6 months of age, your baby may be ready for solids. Here are suggestions on what vegetables to offer your child at different life stages.

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Healthy eating for your child

Learn how you can teach your child good eating habits so they can make healthy choices and reduce their risk of obesity and diseases such as diabetes.

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Children and vitamins

Very few kids actually need to take vitamin and mineral supplements, they can get everything they need from a balanced diet.

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What is a vegetarian diet? | Dietitians Australia

A varied and well-balanced vegetarian diet can supply all the nutrients you need for good health. Here are the nutrients you need to pay attention to if you're following a plant-based diet.

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Vegetarian and vegan eating - Better Health Channel

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Vitamin and mineral supplements: when are they needed? - MyDr.com.au

Vitamin and mineral supplements won't convert poor food choices into a healthy diet, but relevant quantities can address deficiencies at certain life stages.

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Food - Vegetarian eating in children | Sydney Children's Hospitals Network

This information, with its food examples, is intended for educational purposes only and does not constitute SCHN/JHCH endorsement of any particular branded food product

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Protein | Dietitians Australia

Protein is an important nutrient that our bodies use to function properly. Most Australians get enough protein, but there are some groups of people who may need to monitor the amount of protein they eat. Here are some easy ways to increase the protein in your diet.

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Vitamins and nutritional supplements - MyDr.com.au

Vitamins and nutritional supplements are intended to provide essential nutrients which are missing or sufficient in a person’s diet.

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