Many books have been written on Pediatric Nutrition. The uniqueness of this volume is not only the science but also the clinical applications and the clinical experience that these top rate authors represent
Nutrition During Infancy: Principles and Practice is a comprehensive multi-author venture to provide current state-of-the-art information on a wide range of nutritional issues by an eminent team of international experts known for their outstanding contributions in the field of perinatal nutrition.
- Expanded areas of subject material including Breast-feeding, Weaning, Management of Growth Faltering, Nutritional Care of the Chronically Ill, and the Importance of Dietary Lipids.
- The appendices include the first ever comprehensive collection of the composition of infant formulas for nearly all major international manufacturers.
- Clean, classic layout and design, two-color graphics throughout, and eight page full color clinical atlas contribute to the clinical usefulness of this book.
- Comprehensive contents encompass global concerns and perspectives with important messages of universal application that will admirably serve the needs of those working in the developed and developing world.