As your baby becomes a toddler, the rapid growth seen during the first year of life slows down but there are lots of important changes still to come during these early years, such as learning to talk and to complete more complex tasks. So the nutrition they receive is very important to support them on this journey. In this section, you will find information, guidance and practical tips to help with your toddlers’ special nutritional needs.

Parent stories

Lucy’s son, Charley, was born two weeks late. When he was born he looked quite skinny but there were no obvious signs straight away that he had allergies...

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Tummy troubles

All toddlers at some point will experience tummy upsets, but in some instances, tummy troubles such as diarrhoea, loose stools, nausea, vomiting, stomach pain and discomfort may persist. In this section, find out more about common causes of tummy troubles.

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Constipation in toddlers

Constipation can cause discomfort for your toddler, so it’s important to take appropriate steps...

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