Resources for Nutrition
Save the Children report - Don't push it - Why the formula milk industry must clean up its act (2018)
Call on manufacturers and distributors of breast-milk substitutes, investors and governments to uphold the International Code of Marketing of Breast-milk Substitutes to help millions of children get the healthiest start in life.
Bump to Breastfeeding
This groundbreaking DVD From bump to breastfeeding: following real mothers’ stories to find out how shows parents how to get started breastfeeding and provide practical answers to the common problems.
Baby-Led Weaning: A content analysis study
Healthcare professionals and mothers knowledge of, attitudes to and experiences with, Baby-Led Weaning: A content analysis study
First Steps Nutrition Trust
First Steps Nutrition Trust provides free, practical, evidence based information on good nutrition from pregnancy to five years www.firststepsnutrition.org
A new product to solve the dilemma of parents exasperated by their fussy kids at mealtimes has been launched by the charity Weight Concern, based on research from psychologists at UCL.
This guidance addresses disparities in the nutrition of low-income and other disadvantaged groups compared with the general population.
Nutritional information for children
A great resource of online nutritional information for children.
Baby Friendly Initiative
Unicef UK produces statements on a number of topics, in response to demand from our supporters and to reflect any updates in policies and directives.
Vitamins - Healthy Start
There are many different recommendations for the prevention, detection and treatment of Vitamin D deficiency in the UK.
NICE guidance (NG75) - Faltering growth: recognition and management of faltering growth in children
This guideline covers recognition, assessment and monitoring of faltering growth in infants and children. It includes a definition of growth thresholds for concern and identifying the risk factors for, and possible causes of, faltering growth. It also covers interventions, when to refer, service design, and information and support.
This guideline includes recommendations on:
- weight loss in the early days of life
- faltering growth after the early days of life
- organisation of care
- information and support for parents and carers