Have you heard this phrase? Food can be fun and it really should be too, but it's so much more than that. Food is needed for nutrition, for sensory development, for social interactions and ultimately it's needed so your baby can learn how to coordinate her whole body so that she learns how to eat.
Young children, babies and toddlers rely on milk to provide many of the nutrients needed for growth and development. Even older children & teens benefit from significant milk consumption in order to fuel their bodies. There are so many different versions of milks and milk alternatives to choose from. Read on to understand oat milk from almond milk and which might be best for your growing child.