From the ages of one to three, toddlers experience an amazing period of growth and development. Growing bigger and stronger each day, it’s really important that toddlers have those hard to get nutrients in their diet, which help support them during this exciting period. Growing Up Milk is a simple way for mums to top up their toddler’s diets, in a familar way.
- Growing Up Milk is made from cows’ milk enriched with some of the extra nutrients experts recommend for toddlers
- It’s reassuring to know that drinking two 150ml beakers of Growing Up Milk a day will help top up toddler diets with key nutrients. For example, just two 150ml beakers of Growing Up Milk a day provides an average* of 92% of your toddler’s daily recommended nutrient intake (RNI) of vitamin D, plus two out of three recommended portions of dairy
- The UK Department of Health recommends that children aged one to five are given supplements containing Vitamins D, A, and C. Growing Up Milk is a simple way to give your toddler these key nutrients, plus iron, calcium, and omega 3
Dr Hilary Jones and nutritionist Amanda Ursell say Growing Up Milk is worth considering. Find out why by watching their videos here.
Dr Hilary Jones, celebrity GP, father of five, and Daybreak regular discusses the role that Growing Up Milk can play in a healthy, balanced diet.
*Based on an average of the vitamin D content of growing up milks and toddler milks from Cow and Gate, Aptamil, HiPP and SMA