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Nutrition for Infants and Children

This section provides links to information and resources to help promote a healthier diet for infants, children and teenagers.
 

 

Weaning your child

A guide to explain and help with weaning covering stages 1-4

 

 

Feeding the Vegetarian Baby

A guide for parents.

Weaning your Premature Baby
Weaning advice specifically for premature babies.

 

Milk Free Weaning

 

Link to Leicestershire Medicines Strategy Group Guidelines on Prescribing of Specialist Infant Formula for proven and suspected cow's milk allergy under the age of 2 yers (and older for certain categories) Aug 2017

 

  

Moving on from my Allergen Free Infant Formula - What Next?

A guide for parents/carers of children with Cow's Milk Allergy over the age of 2 years.

 boy eating packed lunch

 

Packed with Health

Healthy ways to fill a child's lunch box

   

Happier Mealtimes
This leaflet is to help you understand why your child is naughty at mealtimes and offers practical and positive suggestions on what to do to help change your child's behaviour.

Iron - an Essential Mineral for Children and Young People 
A leaflet on how to include iron rich foods in children and young people's daily diets.

 

Vitamin D

This is a NHS leaflet for all healthcare professionals detailing who is at risk of vitamin D deficiency.

 

Healthy Eating for Toddlers Eating an Asian Diet

Baby feeding advice and weaning.

 

How to develop good food habits for healthy tots 

 

Portion size advice for children between 1-5 years old

 

Portion size advice for children between 7-10 years old

 

Foods to try booklet - to help increase the variety of foods for fussy/selective eaters

 

Living with Reflux

parents Guide  to Gastro-Oesophageal reflux (GOR) and Reflux Disease (GORD) in infants (12 months of age or younger)

 
 

Link to Infant and Toddler Forum website

 




Change 4 Life - Healthy Eating Advice 4 children

 

Change 4 life


Top tips for kids and lifestyle ideas.