New CFPA Report on Water Consumption for Young Children

Published on Jun 18, 2012 in Child Nutrition, Young Children

6.18.2012 A new CFPA report indicates there is no evidence to support the concern that water might interfere with the intake of milk and other healthy foods. To promote good health and to establish positive life-long nutrition habits, it is recommended that water be provided to young children both between and during meals and snacks as there is no evidence to support the concern that water might interfere with the intake of milk and other healthy foods.

Read the full report, Providing Water With Meals is Not a Concern for Young Children: Summary of the Literature & Best Practice Recommendations, here PDF

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