American Academy of Pediatrics Warns Against Nutrient-Deficient 'Toddler Milks' Amid Misleading Marketing Claims


According to the American Academy of Pediatrics, "toddler milks" are unregulated and lack adequate nutrition. These goods, which are aggressively advertised, frequently contain extra sugar and salt and make dubious health claims. Despite corporate recommendations to replace nutritional gaps, experts advise toddlers over the age of one to consume a balanced diet, breast milk or fortified cow's milk, and water.

Abstract Written By:
Denson Natividad
October 23, 2023

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