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Articles

Judy More writes for several publications and is on the editorial board of the Journal of Family Health Care and of Babycentre.

Recent articles include:

Weaning

Who needs vitamin supplements?
Journal of Family Health Care 17 (2): 57-60.

Organic Babyfood
Journal of Family Health Care 13, (1) 6-8

Vitamin D – the unique vitamin
British Dietetic Association Factsheet

Healthy Eating for Children
British Dietetic Association Factsheet

How to feed your toddler
Babycentre.co.uk

How to cope with toddler feeding problems
Babycentre.co.uk

Advising parents on toddler nutrition.
Community Practitioner 79: 47-8.

Toddler diets: who gives advice and where do they get their information and training?
Journal of Family Health Care 15: 105-6.

Weaning: confusing messages from the Department of Health Journal of Family Health Care 15, (5) 131-132

School Lunches: England starts to improve standards Journal of Family Health Care 15, (1) 4-5

Is Healthy Start as healthy as it could be? Community Practitioner 77, (7) 245-6

Healthy Start: the latest proposals
Journal of Family Health Care 14, (2) 32-3

New Guidelines on infant feeding in the first 12 months life
Journal of Family Health Care 13, (4) 89-90

From Welfare Food Scheme to Healthy Start: more work needed
Journal of Family Health Care 13, (1) 4-5

Infant Feeding: what does the latest UK survey tell us?
Journal of Family Health Care 12, (4) 86

Rickets due to vitamin D deficiency: why is it re-emerging in the UK?
Community Practitioner 75, (4) 144-6

LCPs: Their Role in the Nutrition of Infants and Sick Children
Clinical Nutrition 10 No. 4 Feature Article

Healthy Eating
Current Paediatrics 12, (2) 87-92

Should we change our weaning advice in the UK?
Dietetics Today 36;  (8) 11-12

Weaning advice in the UK: to change or not to change?
Professional Care of the Mother and Child: 11, (5) 114-115

Which Growth Charts for Children is your Trust using?
Dietetics Today 36; (3) 10-11

Nutritional Rickets in a Breast Fed Baby
Professional Care of the Mother and Child: 11, (1) 21-21

LCP’s in Infant feeding: Recent Developments.
Professional Care of Mother and Child   11, (2) 48-49,52

Commercial Babyfoods
Having Babies Magazine