Feed Your Child Right is a book that every parent, caregiver or parent-to-be should read. This practical guide provides relevant advice on how to ensure a healthy nutritional start in life for children, incorporating local eating habits and customs. It also includes useful sections on breastfeeding the newborn infant; common ailments and illnesses to help parents identify and spot the symptoms; and simple recipes for the babyas first year. Also included is a selection of popular family recipes which have been modified to be healthier and more appealing to children. Updated and revised. About the Authors Lynn Alexander holds an honours degree in dietetics from Leeds Polytechnic in the UK, and has undertaken research work into local diets and diseases at the National University of Singapore. She was also head of the dietetics department at Gleneagles Hospital and KK Womenas and Childrenas Hospital. Yeong Boon Yee obtained an honours degree in nutrition and a post-graduate diploma in dietetics from the then Queen Elizabeth College (now Kingas College), University of London. A founding member and former president of the Singapore Nutrition and Dietetics Association, she is presently a senior partner and executive director of a successful food and nutrition consultancy company based in Singapore.Bottle. feeding. Breast milk is the best that you can give your. Despite the many disadvantages of infant formula compared to human breast milk, infants are hardy creatures and most seem to get by on formula without any problems. ... Care must be taken to keep all bottles and teats scrupulously clean and free of contamination and the milk powder tin should always be closed tightly immediately afteranbsp;...
|Title||:||Feed Your Child Right|
|Author||:||Lynn Alexander, Yeong Boon Yee|
|Publisher||:||Marshall Cavendish International Asia Pte Ltd - 2013-11-15|