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- Bull Publishing Company 2009; US$ 13.95
Based on the most current nutritional information, this concise guide offers new mothers a focused introduction to feeding babies healthy, nutritious foods during their first 12 months of life. With whimsical illustrations and clever recipe namessuch as Cereal Symphony? and Adam?s Eggless Bananawama Muffins?this handbook even introduces the concept... more...
- Meadowbrook 2011; US$ 7.99
This book helps parents with everything they need to know about feeding babies during the first three years--including breastfeeding, bottle-feeding, puréed baby food, teething foods, and solids--making it the most comprehensive baby nutrition book on the market. It helps parents understand their baby's nutritional needs and enables them to prepare... more...
- Random House Publishing Group 2008; US$ 16.00
THE TIME TO ENCOURAGE HEALTHY EATING HABITS AND SMART FOOD CHOICES FOR YOUR CHILD IS NOW. Unhealthy food is everywhere?colorfully packaged, cheap, and full of fat, calories, and sodium. It?s no wonder childhood obesity has become an epidemic in the last thirty years. As a result, by the time most people reach adulthood, they?re already wired to overeat.... more...
- University of Chicago Press 2015; US$ 35.00
After decades of decline during the twentieth century, breastfeeding rates began to rise again in the 1970s, a rebound that has continued to the present. While it would be easy to see this reemergence as simply part of the naturalism movement of the ?70s, Jessica Martucci reveals here that the true story is more complicated. Despite the widespread... more...
- Potter/TenSpeed/Harmony 2012; US$ 19.99
For more than a decade, BESTFEEDING has been recognized by midwives, doctors, and nursing mothers as the definitive word on breastfeeding. The culmination of 60-plus years of hands-on experience from three dedicated and internationally respected authors, this newly updated classic blends academic knowledge, clinical expertise, and practical skills... more...
- Presses de l''niversite du Quebec 2006; US$ 51.75
À partir de données probantes tirées de ces études, les auteures démontrent que l'allaitement diffère de l'alimentation avec une préparation commerciale, et ce, sous presque tous les aspects examinés. Elles souhaitent inciter les professionnels de la santé, qui continuent de considérer l'allaitement... more...
- Springer Milan 2012; US$ 72.76
This book describes in comprehensive detail the bodily fluids, their indications and mechanisms of action, discussing abnormalities in fluid and electrolyte metabolism, and the advantages and disadvantages of plasma substitutes in various clinical settings. more...
- University of California Press 2012; US$ 29.95
As the subject of a popular web reality series, Suzanne Barston and her husband Steve became a romantic, ethereal model for new parenthood. Called "A Parent is Born," the program?s tagline was "The journey to parenthood . . . from pregnancy to delivery and beyond." Barston valiantly surmounted the problems of pregnancy and delivery. It was the "beyond"... more...
- M. Evans & Company 2007; US$ 14.99
Reports abound on the direct connection between how well kids eat and how successful they are at learning and competing in sports. But what should they eat? A nutritionist and an educator explain what to feed growing kids ages one to eighteen, including those with diabetes, food allergies, and AD/HD, to develop their maximum physical and mental potential.... more...