Feeding babies…

http://suddenhospital.com/2018 hvor lever pingviner Read this: Doctors challenge baby feeding myths

indkaldelse til skifteretten Some excerpts:

baan van de zon hoeveel buxus per meter “There’s a bunch of mythology out there about this,” says Dr. David Bergman, a Stanford University pediatrics professor. “There’s not much evidence to support any particular way of doing things.”

frau aus polen As research increasingly suggests a child’s first experiences with food shape later eating habits, doctors say battling obesity and improving the American diet may mean debunking the myths and broadening babies’ palates.

sarah jakes roberts view Parents elsewhere in the world certainly take a more freewheeling approach, often starting babies on heartier, more flavorful fare — from meats in African countries to fish and radishes in Japan and artichokes and tomatoes in France.

The difference is cultural, not scientific, says Dr. Jatinder Bhatia, a member of the American Academy of Pediatrics’ nutrition committee who says the American approach suffers from a Western bias that fails to reflect the nation’s ethnic diversity.

hôtel aux salles click Interesting! I am not surprised by this, but it is good to find something like this on CNN.

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  1. coast to coast nordjylland view Very interesting. I wish I could have read something like this before Liyah was born.

    maison moins cher en france click I suppose that I didn’t do too badly though, because she enjoys a variety of foods. Most American children her age, and older, hate ethnic foods such as Indian food, and vegetables such as spinach, okra, etc., but she loves them.

  2. Let us take this to a musing level and say you started feeding babies purple people…

    Would they litteraly grow up to become purple people eaters?

    There is only one way to find out…