Things to know about toddler's milk
What is the difference between toddler's milk and cow's milk?
Toddler's milk is a milk formulation that is specially adapted to the nutritional needs of infants from the first year of life. The protein content of toddler's milk is reduced compared to cow's milk. In addition, infant milk provides vitamin D, calcium, iodine and improved fat quality. Toddler's milk tastes good from the bottle, from the glass or also in muesli.
Why is a reduced protein content in toddler's milk important?
The German Nutrition Society (DGE) points out that young children in Germany consume an excessive amount of protein. Excessive consumption of proteins is associated with a higher risk of obesity at primary school age. To address this problem, toddler's milk can be a solution. The reduced protein content in toddler's milk can lower the overall consumption of protein.
How long can you feed toddler's milk?
We recommend toddler's milk from the first year of life until the second birthday. In principle, however, you can feed toddler's milk as long as it is good for the child.