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This communication provides information on the scientific evidence regarding the introduction of peanuts to infants and how the current dietetic practice recommendations agree and differ from National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases (NIAID) recommendations.
A guideline document developed for health professionals to provide evidence-based nutrition recommendations and guidelines for children from birth to six years of age.
This Manitoba-based guide provides program planners with resources on how to implement a cooking program for children aged six to eleven.
The purpose of the Student Nutrition Program Nutrition Guidelines is to help to model the most healthful breakfast, morning meal, lunch and snack foods for children and youth participating in Ontario Student Nutrition Program. These guidelines are also available in French.
The purpose of the Student Nutrition Program Nutrition Guidelines is to help to model the most healthful breakfast, morning meal, lunch and snack foods for children and youth participating in Ontario Student Nutrition Program.
This City of Hamilton’s Healthy Food and Beverage Policy aims to support employee and community health by providing food service offerings that: provide a variety of nutritious foods and beverages consistent with the Eating Well with Canada’s Food Guide; are prepared with little or no added fat, sugar, salt; are free of industrial processed trans fats; and promote a safe and sustainable food system.
The aim of this US-based report is to empower caregivers to address the nutritional status and well-being of infants and toddlers by offering them healthier food and beverage options in response to their hunger and satiety cues.
Using an integrative literature synthesis, this comprehensive evidence-based document discusses intersections of nutrition with mental health, from promotion to nutrition care and therapeutic approaches.
These guidelines contain nutrition information, event meal considerations and sample menus that will help guide foodservice operators offer healthy choices to both spectators and athletes in British Columbia.

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