The American Academy of pediatrics recommends exclusively breastfeeding infants for six months, with no supplements and encourages mothers to continue nursing through the first year of life.
The mission of the West Virginia WIC program is to improve the health of women, infants and children in West Virginia by providing quality nutrition and breastfeeding counseling and education; as well as health monitoring and nutritious foods.
My Current Top Five Easy Ways to Improve Your Family's Nutrition
A Top Ten Nutrition Plan for Optimizing Pregnancy Outcome
Some Ideas for Trying to Eat More of Those Terrific Antioxidant Phytochemicals...and Liking It
Free Radicals and Antioxidants Cartoons
Nutrition and Breast Cancer
Calcium Odds and Ends
A Short Carnitine Discussion that Might Be Helpful
Thinking About OTHER Nutrition Issues in Celiac Disease
Choosing Appropriate Infant Milks and Formulas Part I: Nutrition Issues in Breastfeeding
Choosing Appropriate Infant Milks and Formulas Part 2: Commercial Formulas
Choosing Appropriate Infant Milks and Formulas Part 3: Cow's/Goat's Milk and Evaporated Milk Formulas as the Primary Feeding Product for Infants
Choosing Appropriate Infant Milks and Formulas Part 4: Thinking about when to Recommend Whole Milk, Low Fat(2%) or Skim Milk before Age Two
Whole, 2% or Skim Milk for Ages 1-2
Regarding "A Trial Back On..." A WIC Nutritionist Question
Thinking about OTHER Nutrition Issues in Diabetes
Nutrition for People with Epidermolysis Bullosa
Thinking about Prental Nutrition and Fetal Alcohol Syndrome
How Much Should This Baby Eat?
Folate (Vitamin B9) Part I: Food Sources
Folate (Vitamin B9) Part II: Absorption
Nutrition Support of Hemochromatosis Therapy
Nutrition Support of Iron Deficiency
The Importance of Vitamin/Mineral Cofactors
Industrial Strength "Instant" Oatmeal Recipe
The Unsaturated Fat Families: Mono & Poly
Nutrition Issues In Multiple Sclerosis
Temporary Mild-Free Diet
Potassium in Foods
The Prader Willi Syndrome Association's Food Guide Pyramid for Weight Control
Quick Seizure Medication/Nutrition Highlights from Cathy B.
Why are Children with Chronic Illnesses or Handicapping Conditions at High Risk of Receiving Suboptimal Nutrition?
SOME Drug/Nutrition Interactions of Interest
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