The NOURISH randomised control trial: Positive feeding practices and food preferences in early childhood - a primary prevention program for childhood obesity

@article{Daniels2009TheNR,
  title={The NOURISH randomised control trial: Positive feeding practices and food preferences in early childhood - a primary prevention program for childhood obesity},
  author={Lynne Allison Daniels and A Magarey and Diana Battistutta and Jan M. Nicholson and Ann Farrell and Geoffrey Paul Davidson and Geoffrey John Cleghorn},
  journal={BMC Public Health},
  year={2009},
  volume={9},
  pages={387 - 387}
}
BACKGROUND Primary prevention of childhood overweight is an international priority. In Australia 20-25% of 2-8 year olds are already overweight. These children are at substantially increased the risk of becoming overweight adults, with attendant increased risk of morbidity and mortality. Early feeding practices determine infant exposure to food (type, amount, frequency) and include responses (eg coercion) to infant feeding behaviour (eg. food refusal). There is correlational evidence linking… CONTINUE READING
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