The Zambian Woman's Guide to Feeding Babies & Toddlers (Paperback)

The Zambian Woman's Guide to Feeding Babies & Toddlers By Keiron a. Audain, Idah Chama Mulenga, Asare Emmanuel Domfeh Cover Image
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The Zambian Woman's Guide to Feeding Babies and Toddlers, written and reviewed by a team of maternal and child nutrition experts -- is a complete nutrition guide to breastfeeding, formula feeding, complementary feeding, handling picky eaters and food allergies.

Overview

  • Get the know-how to prepare healthy foods for your child.
  • Everything you need to make the most of your breastfeeding experience.
  • Helpful information & support for mothers who opt for infant formula.a
  • Stage-by-stage guide of what to feed and how to feed your baby.
  • Packed with easy-to-follow homemade Zambian recipes.
  • Practical advice to solve feeding problems such as colic, gastrointestinal challenges, fussy eaters and expand your child's diet.

Review

''Having started reading this book, leaving it for long became difficult until I read to the last page. This is really a great informative handbook for all mothers feeding their toddlers and infants. I wish I had read it before now, but since there is always a second chance, I am making the best nutrition choices for my toddlers from now on. I strongly recommend this book for all mums of toddlers, pregnant women and especially first-time mums. It is one of the best gifts you can bless yourself or a loved one with.''-- Agbele Olusola, Mother

''This guide to feeding babies and toddlers is a number one go-to resource and a must-have book not only for mothers but for health professionals and dad's as well. It is a comprehensive guide with well organised content. With this book, every woman or caregiver can now give a sigh of relief on matters related to feeding their babies and children.''-- Eunice Nortey, Dietician

Authors

Asare Emmanuel Domfeh, RD, PhD

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Dr. A E Domfeh is a specialist in maternal and infant nutrition. He is a graduate of University of Ghana and King's College London, UK. He has served as a dietician at Ridge Hospital, Princess Marie Louise Children's Hospital and the Volta River Authority Clinic in Accra, Ghana. He also worked with the 37 Military Hospital, Ghana, as a dietician and as an instructor for students on clinical placement. Emmanuel has also served as a community nutrition officer for the World Food Programme and with UNICEF Ghana, where he was involved in projects aimed at improving maternal and child nutrition.

Keiron Audain, RN, PhD

Dr Keiron Audain holds a PhD in Human Nutrition from the University of KwaZulu Natal. His research areas primarily lie in Nutrition and Public Health-related topics affecting Sub-Saharan Africa and the developing world. He is an active member of the African Nutrition Society and is a sub-editor of the society's publication African Nutrition Matters. He is a member of the editorial board of the Central African Journal of Public Heath, and on the reviewer board of several nutrition journals. He also writes a blog on food, nutrition and sustainable development at www.provelopment.wordpress.com

Idah Chama Mulenga, RN, MSc

Idah Chama Mulenga has been involved in development of national training materials for the past seven years. She participates in specific national document development such as food standards regulations, and programme policy formulation. Her educational background in food and nutrition science, and development studies has given her a broad base approach to fields of Maternal and Child Nutrition, Public Health Nutrition and Developmental programmes. Her writing skills may be confirmed by the documentation on Maternal, Infant and Young Child Nutrition, and Growth Monitoring and Promotion programmes under National Food and Nutrition Commission of Zambia.

Product Details
ISBN: 9781085931984
ISBN-10: 1085931986
Publisher: Independently Published
Publication Date: October 20th, 2020
Pages: 252
Language: English