- After 6 months of age, breast milk is insufficient to meet the requirements of some nutrients, particularly energy, protein, iron, zinc and vitamins A and D.
- Offering nutrient dense foods such as fruits, vegetables, meats and fortified infant cereals can help avoid potential ‘nutrition gaps’ as your child grows.
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