00:01    |    
Initial credits 
00:06    |    
Introduction 
01:01    |    
Objectives
01:49    |    
Basic definitions
Overweight
Obesity
Infant body composition
Baby fat
Who is at risk?
Infant factors associated with overweight
08:17    |    
Overweight children in the United States 
Trends in US: Infants and preschoolers
Mexican American infants
Risks of overweight persistence
14:15    |    
Early infancy as a critical window
Predictions of obesity status 
Early weight gain
19:20    |    
Feeding practices on weight gain
Breastfeeding and formula feeding
Combination feeding
Formula composition
Complementary feeding
Timing
Practices
Parenting styles
Good feeding hygiene
30:23    |    
Infant food choices 
Feeding behaviors and habits
Physical activity
34:58    |    
Maternal factors and risks of infant overweight
Maternal behaviors affecting the protein and fat of the milk
39:39    |    
Clinical practices guidelines
Support exclusive breastfeeding
Promote responsive feeding
Monitor growth
Parenting skills and mother's diet
44:52    |    
Review
46:27    |    
Question and answer period
Facts on Guatemalan infants
Encourage good feeding practices
What would be a good recommendation to prevent overweight infants?
53:28    |    
Final credits 



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Prevention of Childhood Obesity: Is It Ever Too Early?

13 de febrero de 2013   | Vistas: 4 |  

Nancy Krebs shares with students her experience and the scientific studies performed on obesity, explaining that early childhood is a great stage to treat and prevent the excessive weight on future youngsters and adults. She comments on what practices and behaviors affect the weight of infants, including feeding practices, food choices and physical activity, elaborating as well, on the maternal factors which also influence the risk of heaviness on toddlers. Finally, Krebs recommends clinicians to address parents on the impact of the exclusiveness of breastfeeding against formula or combination feeding, and to promote the health and diet of mothers, emphasizing the fact that the outcome of the well-being of their babies will eventually relate back to them.


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