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.
The types of food available through the WIC Program have been recommended by the Institute of Medicine to support optimal nutrition during critical periods of development. Reviewing the WV WIC Approved Food List, and other information below, will help you become familiar with the foods that may be purchased with WIC benefits in our state.
Soy Formula Change Effective October 1, 2015
Food List (7/2015)
Sometime and Anytime Foods
Choices for Children
Choices for Mom and Baby - Fully Breastfeeding
Choices for Mom and Baby - Partially Breastfeeding
Choices for Mom and Baby - Minimally Breastfeeding and Non-Breastfeeding
Choices for Moms to Be
Eat 5 Fruits and Vegetables Every Day
Eat Together as a Family
Get to Know Your Baby
Making Milk is Easy
You Can Do It, WIC Can Help
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