Many parents know that it is very important for young children to have healthy eating habits but experience problems. The most important thing is to look very carefully at your child because each child needs an individual approach. This article provides general information and advice about food for children in their second and third years of life.
Ester Delhoofen is a medical doctor licensed in the Netherlands. She has extensive complementary training in anthroposophical (Waldorf) medicine, many years of professional experience with children 0-4 years of age, and is the mother of three children.