Pediatric nutrition is defined as the dietary needs of infants for supporting their growth and development including changes in organ function and body composition.
Nutrition plays a very important role in childhood development for good or ill. Proper nutrition meets the needs of children’s developing brains and bodies and also enabling them to reach their full potential. At the same time, poor eating habits, or medical conditions such as allergies, celiac disease or diabetes, can also impair a child's lifelong health if left unchecked. Thus, Pediatric dieticians work with children, and also with their parents and caregivers, to establish good dietary habits.
• Infant nutrition
• Nutrient-Gene Interactions
• Formula Feeding of Term Infants
• Breastfeeding and alternatives
• Pediatric Allergies
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