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How many litres does a 3year old boy has to drink a day

A 3 year old needs approximately 1.3 liters of fluid per day (or about 5-1/2 cups), or about 1ml per calorie consumed. 100% juice can help meet your daily fluid needs. The

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Academy of Pediatrics suggests that children 1 to 6 years of age should have no more than 4 to 6 ounces of 100% juice per day. 100% juice is full of vitamins, minerals and, depending on the type of juice, possibly fiber. Fluid needs are met not only by drinking beverages, but by the foods you eat as well. Fruits and vegetables have a high water content and help, along with drinking fluids, to meet your daily fluid needs.
For more information on how many fruits and veggies you need, click here.

 

 

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