I am a concerned parent and I want to make sure that my toddler is getting all the nutrients that they need for healthy growth and development. I recently read about the importance of iodine in a child's diet and I am wondering how I can ensure that my toddler is getting enough iodine.
I am currently breastfeeding my toddler and I also give them a variety of foods including fruits, vegetables, grains and proteins. However, I am not sure if these foods are rich in iodine and if my toddler is getting enough of it.
Can anyone please suggest some iodine-rich foods that I can include in my toddler's diet? Are there any supplements that I should consider? Any advice or tips would be greatly appreciated.
Thank you in advance for your help!