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Food-based dietary guidelines for infants and children: the South African experience: Tell us what you think: an invitation to send in your opinion and comments
Establishing food-based dietary guidelines for children: the challenge
South African paediatric food-based dietary guidelines
Bourne, Lesley T.
Addressing malnutrition in young children in South Africa. Setting the national context for paediatric food-based dietary guidelines
Bourne, Lesley T.; Hendricks, Michael K.; Marais, Debbie; Eley, Brian
The process followed in the development of the paediatric food-based dietary guidelines for South Africa
Bourne, Lesley T.; Marais, Debbie; Love, Penny
Food-based dietary guidelines and nutrition interventions for children at primary healthcare facilities in South Africa
Hendricks, Michael K.; Goeiman, Hilary; Dhansay, Ali
Optimizing the introduction of complementary foods in the infant's diet: a unique challenge in developing countries
van der Merwe, Julanda; Kluyts, Megan; Bowley, Nadia; Marais, Debbie
The rationale for adopting current international breastfeeding guidelines in South Africa
Meyer, Aila; van der Spuy, Dorothy A.; du Plessis, Lisanne M.
Feeding the 1 to 7-year-old child. A support paper for the South African paediatric food-based dietary guidelines
Bowley, Nadia A.; Pentz-Kluyts, Megan A.; Bourne, Lesley T.; Marino, Louise V.
‘It’s not just about food': mother–infant interaction and the wider context of nutrition
Tomlinson, Mark; Landman, Mireille
Water: a neglected nutrient in the young child? A South African perspective
Bourne, Lesley T.; Harmse, Berna; Temple, Norman
Nutrition, oral health and the young child
Naidoo, Sudeshni; Myburgh, Neil
Nutrition and HIV/AIDS in infants and children in South Africa: implications for food-based dietary guidelines
Hendricks, Michael K.; Eley, Brian; Bourne, Lesley T.
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