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Moderate Their Milk Intake

"If, after the first year, a mom decides to switch her child to whole milk, we usually [suggest that they] keep it in that 16 to 24 ounces per day range," Dr. Cohen said. "That's because at that amount, it gives them enough calcium and fat for the day. Milk is very filling, and you don't want a picky eater to fill up on that instead of food."

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