Introduction to infant and young child feeding

Introduction to infant and young child feeding

30/1 Foods to fill the iron and vitamin A gaps After completing this session participants will be able to: list the local foods that can fill the nutrient gaps for iron and vitamin A explain the importance of animal-source foods explain the importance of legumes explain the use of processed complementary foods explain the fluid needs of the young child list the Key Messages from this session 30/2 Gap for iron Absorbed iron (mg/day)

Absorbed iron needed and amount provided 1.2 Iron gap 0.8 Iron from birth stores Iron from breast milk 0.4 0 0-2 m 3-5 m 6-8 m

Age (months) 9-11 m 12-23 m 30/3 Key Message 4 Animal-source foods are especially good for children, to help them grow strong and lively fish poultry meat liver cheese eggs yoghurt

30/3 Key Message 4 Animal-source foods are especially good for children, to help them grow strong and lively cheese eggs yoghurt 30/4 Key Message 5 Peas, beans, lentils, nuts and seeds are also good for children seeds Groundnut paste

lentils beans peas nuts 30/5 Gap for vitamin A Vitamin A needed and amount provided Vitamin A (g RE/day) 400 Vitamin A gap 300 200

Vitamin A from birth stores 100 Vitamin A from breast milk 0 0-2 m 3-5 m 6-8 m Age (months) 9-11 m 12-23 m

30/6 Key Message 6 Dark-green leaves and yellow-coloured fruits and vegetables help a child to have healthy eyes and fewer infections carrot pumpkin yellow sweet potato mango papaya spinach

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