The LEAP trial looking at prevention pf peanut allergy in Jewish children in the UK and Israel is interesting, but is being widely misquoted in the media and by health professionals as justification for 4 rather than 6 months for the introduction of solid food. Why is this inappropriate? Where to start… Inclusion criteria were children between 4 and 11 … Read More
Imagine you meet a young woman who is embarrassed by the fact that one eye is brown and the other green, to the point where she has worn an eyeshade to conceal what she sees as the odd one. There are many solutions to this problem, beginning with discussion and reassurance that this abnormality is not all that abnormal. One … Read More
LLLI has just published an excerpt from Milk Matters, dealing with the legal issues surrounding early neonatal exposure to foods other than breastmilk. You can link to it via this address: http://leadertoday.breastfeedingtoday-llli.org/milk-matters-infant-feeding-and-immune-disorder/ This is based on Australian law, and was OKed by an experienced lawyer. Think about the issues and contact me with any extra information relating to your context.
What follows is an excerpt from my latest book, Milk matters: infant feeding and immune disorder. It is much easier to read in the book itself, which also deals with practical matters related to this issue. Copying the text from an In Design file to this version has been a time-wasting nightmare, and there will be typos: please read the book…. … Read More