Vitamin C helps the intestine absorb iron better, so drinking orange juice(or other citrus foods) along with iron containing foods is a good idea. Vitamin B12 is naturally found only in animal products, however most of the bread and cereal products that we eat are fortified with B12, and children almost always get enough. If you feel that you child will not eat the variety mentioned above, it would not be unreasonable to have her take a children's vitamin and iron supplement once a day, until she gets out of this picky phase. The chewable ones are usually agreeable to children, though you will need to make sure they are kept out of reach, since they can be toxic if a large quantity is taken at once. Have her take it with some orange juice -- not milk.
Daughter Won't Eat Meat
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