A recent study has concluded that 92 don't consider their toddler's diet to be healthy and full of all the nutrients they need.
SMA go on to say that this backs up recent government findings that state that only 11 of the parents believe their toddler is happy to try new food and has a mature taste for food for their age.
This toddler is unpredictable and their tastes can change from one day to the next. 33 of the parents believe their children are stubborn stompers, the kind of kid who knows exactly what he or she likes or doesn't like. Regardless of whether they have actually tried the food.
8 of a toddler's daily requirements for vitamins and minerals, so you're half way there in terms of nutrition. The important question is, how do you get that other 50% of minerals and vitamins into their diet? Which is where you come in!
Do you have any tips or advice on how to help your child eat a varied and nutritious diet?