The dietary requirements can be met by the adoption of a varied, balanced diet following the introduction of solids, with the addition of vitamin A and vitamin D supplements where required. When considering food groups and fat intake, rice pudding, custard and breakfast cereals with milk could be included under dairy foods, since most of the fat comes from milk. The saturated fat content from foods can be limited by having lean meat rather than fatty meats, and limiting the amount of dairy products and alternatives, such as butter and cheese. The average amount of fat per day required from solids to meet the suggested total fat requirements with 500 mL of breast milk could be obtained in various ways. While there are no saturated fat recommendations for infants in the United Kingdom, recommendations for adults state that saturated fats should provide a population average of 10% of total dietary energy.