A review of Baby-led Weaning By Gill Rapley & Tracey Murkett 2008 Vermilion London The idea of baby-led weaning includes two important ideas: 1 The baby leads decisions on what food it is interested in. The author recommends providing a variety of foods to the baby at family meals so the baby chooses what it will […]
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While a child is learning to accept foods it helps if the parent understands that every change is a new experience for the baby and the baby may or may not be ready for that change. By being aware the parent can see just what aspect of the food is not accepted and take […]
In a recent radio program a family talked about the quality of flavour of sheep’s cheese made when the animals are eating only dry grass. This flavour is better than that in spring when a variety of plants contribute to the flavours. The family had worked in the wine industry so were aware of the […]
Following are some important aspects of the developing of thinking over time:- 1975 I began work using the Feingold diet Realised that the diet itself needed investigation I collected data on what families reacted to and tolerated. 1976 Reported in letter to Medical Journal of Australia 1976, 2:248 Collated world-wide research on what others were […]
This poster was presented at the International Congress of Dietetics in September 2012. Click here to view the poster.
1977 Breakey J Study of diet and hyperactivity ICD Post Congress Paediatric Seminar Breakey J Hyperkinesis and its implications for the food industry. AIFST Annual Convention Brisbane Breakey J A manual for the additive free low salicylate diet. Brisbane 1978 Breakey J Dietary management of hyperkinesis and behavioural problems. Aust Family Physician 1978;7:720 4 Breakey […]