|Whole grains provide fiber, vitamins and minerals. You can choose whole grain bread, whole grain tortillas, brown rice or oatmeal.|
|Cereals||Women, Infant and Children (WIC) cereals provide iron for healthy blood, and many WIC cereals are whole grain and high in fiber as well as other vitamins and minerals.|
Eggs, dry or canned beans, and peanut butter provide protein to build and repair body cells (beans are also high in fiber and have some iron).
|Milk||Milk provides protein, calcium and vitamin D, which are important for growth, especially bone growth.|
|Juice||WIC also provides vitamin C rich fruit or vegetable juice.|
||WIC can substitute soy beverage or tofu for some of your milk depending on the situation.|
|Baby food fruits, vegetables and meats (for breastfed infants) provide vitamins, minerals, new tastes and textures.|