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My son is 16 months old, and I<br><br>
was wondering if anyone knows<br><br>
how much protein and B12 a<br><br>
toddler needs per day. Also,<br><br>
what are the best sources of these?<br><br>
I don't give him meat, but he still drinks<br><br>
milk, and eats cheese. He refuses<br><br>
to give them up. He can't stand<br><br>
eggs, though. He is a VERY picky<br><br>
eater. Sometimes I think he lives<br><br>
on air. <img alt="" class="inlineimg" src="/images/smilies/help.gif" style="border:0px solid;" title=":help:">
 

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my son is 15 months and i was told that as long as he is getting 4 servings of soy milk a day (since it has 1/2 the fat of whole milk they say for me to give him 32 oz a day instead of the usual 16oz recommended for whole milk) then his B-12 is covered. I would think that if your giving him mik and cheese then his B-12 is covered. But protein is found in that stuff and beans, tofu, soy Etc. it is extremely hard to be american and have a protein defecency. (sorry for bad spelling. im tired lol) i am not sure exactly how much they need, but i was told that with 4 servings of soy milk my baby would be fine. of course my kid eats EVERYTHING lol
 
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