Early nutrition plays an important role in health throughout the adulthood. This master's thesis is a part of national project called »My Milk 2« which took place from February 2018 - January 2019 at Pediatric clinic, UKC Ljubljana. The aim was to evaluate dietary intake of 7-year old children coming from Ljubljana and it's vicinity. There were 81 participants (43 boys and 38 girls) that took part in the survey. Methods of “24-hour recall” (24PD) and Food frequency questionnaire (VPŽ) were used for dietary assesement including energy intake as well as intake of macro- and micronutrients. The average energy intake did not meet the Reference values (boys 1647,6 ± 367,8 kcal/day, girls 1449,5 ± 349,8 kcal/day), as it was too low for both boys and girls, possibly partially due to misreporting too. There was a significant difference in energy intake between boys and girls (p=0,02). Share of fat intake (boys: 29,5 %; girls: 29,8 % daily energy intake) as well as share of carbohydrates intake (boys: 55,7 %; girls: 56,1 % daily energy intake) were sufficient. Share of protein in daily energy intake was too high in both groups (boys: 58,7 ± 17,3 g/day; girls: 48,8± 13,7 g/day), there was a significant difference in protein intake between groups (p=0,02). Salt intake (boys: 5,3 ± 1,9 g/day; girls: 4,1 ± 2 g/day) and free sugar intake (dečki: 12,2 % daily energy intake; girls: 12,7 % daily energy intake) were excessive.