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Kids who eat together with their families tend to eat healthier, do better in school, and are less likely to feel bad about their weight as they get older.
Fruits and veggies have many vitamins and minerals that are important for a child's growth and health.
Sometimes children may need more calories than other kids their age because they are sick, taking certain medicines, or because their bodies burn calories faster.
During the first four months of life, infants needs only breast milk or formula to meet their nutritional needs.
Around 10-12 months of age, a baby may be ready to eat the same foods as the rest of your family with just a few exceptions.
Around 4-6 months of age, a baby may be ready to start eating some solid foods in addition to breast milk or formula.
Around 6-8 months of age, a baby may be ready to try a wider variety of table foods.