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Factors associated with early introduction of complementary feeding and consumption of non-recommended foods among Dutch infants: the BeeBOFT study

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posted by Research Admin 1 on 10 April 2019

This study explores the effect of types of food infants are fed on their health status in later life. The researchers use cross-sectional data from the BeeBOFT study acquired from a questionnaire delivered when the child was six months, to establish the factors influencing timing of complementary feeding and the introduction of non-recommended food types.

This is an open access article that can be read in free full text at: https://doi.org/10.1186/s12889-019-6722-4

Wang, L., et al. Factors associated with early introduction of complementary feeding and consumption of non-recommended foods among Dutch infants: the BeeBOFT study. BMC Public Health, 2019, Vol 19:388