Big steps for advising the smallest bites: Dietary Guidelines for Americans address feeding infants and toddlers

  title={Big steps for advising the smallest bites: Dietary Guidelines for Americans address feeding infants and toddlers},
  author={Daniel T. Robinson},
  journal={Journal of Perinatology},
  pages={926 - 927}
  • D. Robinson
  • Published 23 March 2021
  • Medicine
  • Journal of Perinatology
For only the second time since the first publication of Dietary Guidelines for Americans (DGA) in 1980, the DGA, 2020–2025 provide dietary recommendations specific to children younger than 2 years [1]. In its entirety, the DGA, 2020–2025 include four overarching guidelines applicable to every stage of life. Six chapters address these stages, including pregnancy and lactation. The second edition of the DGA, published in 1985, contained a lean three paragraphs relevant to infants and recommended… Expand


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