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How many serves of whole grains The recommended daily amount of whole grains has changed. Over the last two decades, grains resided in the ’Eat Most’ layer on Nutrition Australia’s Healthy Eating Pyramid and were recommended as the largest part of our diets. The new sixlayer pyramid places more emphasis on vegetables, legumes and fruit. From toddler age until age 9 (boys) or age 12 (girls), it is suggested children eat no more than 4 serves of whole grains per day. To fulfill your child’s carbohydrate needs, starchy vegetables should make up some of the recommended serves. should my child be eating?