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Guiainfantil.com has selected some books on infant feeding so that parents and educators can find out what kind of food, breakfast and dinner are most recommended for children. Educational books on nutrition and feeding of children.

1. Prevent childhood obesity with a healthy diet
Gianfranco Trapani
Today in Spain, 24% of boys and girls between the ages of 10 and 14 are overweight or obese. It is a global epidemic that affects, for now, one billion people in the world. The reasons are manifold and the consequences often dramatic. One of the important causes is the current way of life, which standardizes taste and smell. This modern evil duty fought, primarily in childhood, and the school, place of life and health, has the duty to fight against bad eating habits.

This book contains numerous proposals for activities and answers the following questions: How can the child's sense of taste and smell be exercised? How to exploit projects in class that require the exercise of these senses? How to run fun experiences and create "taste and smell books"? How to create games designed to refine olfactory and taste discriminations? It is intended for health and education professionals and parents.


2. Infant feeding
Jesus Jarque Garcia
Too much fast food and a lack of exercise are serious health threats for children today, but as any parent knows, it is very difficult to promote proper nutrition and an active lifestyle.

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3. Chubby children, obese adults
Maria Jose Martinez
More than one billion people in the world are overweight and, of these, about three hundred million can be considered obese. Especially alarming has been the increase in obesity in children and adolescents during the last thirty years, constituting the most common nutritional disorder in developed countries, while other eating disorders such as anorexia and bulimia have multiplied. Paradoxically, the social stigma of fat coincides with this chronic disease that the World Health Organization has not hesitated to describe as a true “21st century epidemic”.

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Comments:

  1. Julrajas

    He is definitely wrong

  2. Moogulmaran

    Now riding will become safe and pleasant entertainment for you.

  3. Devine

    ta nuuuu ..... lay out fresh plz))

  4. Reginheraht

    Very funny question

  5. Samuzahn

    The topic is interesting, I will take part in the discussion. Together we can come to the right answer.



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