Breast milk alone is the ideal start to a child's life. This publication deals with the period when a child continues to receive breast milk but also needs increasing amounts of additional foods before eventually changing to family foods alone. The book shows how breast milk can continue to be an important source of nutrients until the child is at least two years old. It also shows how mixtures of family foods can meet the extra needs of young children during this vulnerable time. These foods, given in addition to breast milk, are called complementary foods. The process of feeding them is called complementary feeding.
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(250mm x 189mm x mm)
World Health Organization
Publisher: World Health Organization
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