Books and articles

Judy’s books are below. She has also written the Healthy Eating chapter in the textbook for paediatric dietitians: Clinical Paediatric Dietetics.

Contact Judy at judy@child-nutrition.co.uk with any books you may be planning.

Infant, Child and Adolescent Nutrition – A Practical Handbook by Judy More  (Paperback – 30 Nov 2012)

Infant, Child and Adolescent Nutrition – A Practical Handbook by Judy More (Paperback – 30 Nov 2012)

Big Book of Recipes for Babies, Toddlers & Children: 365 Quick, Easy and Healthy Dishes: From First Foods to Starting School by Bridget Wardley and Judy More

Big Book of Recipes for Babies, Toddlers & Children: 365 Quick, Easy and Healthy Dishes: From First Foods to Starting School by Bridget Wardley and Judy More

Also available in Spanish language version  (Paperback – 14 Oct 2004)

Also available in Spanish language version (Paperback – 14 Oct 2004)

Happy Toddler Mealtimes by Judy More  (Paperback – 26 Nov 2010)

Happy Toddler Mealtimes by Judy More (Paperback – 26 Nov 2010)


Stress-Free Weaning by Judy More   (Paperback – 24 Sep 2010)

Stress-Free Weaning by Judy More

(Paperback – 24 Sep 2010)


Articles

Judy More writes for several professional and consumer publications

Contact Judy at judy@child-nutrition.co.uk with any publications you may be planning.

CONSUMER PUBLICATIONS

Infant, Child and Adolescent Nutrition: a practical handbook. 
Boca Raton Fl: Taylor and Francis, 2013

Teach Yourself Happy Toddler Mealtimes 
Hodder Headline, 2010 

Teach Yourself Stress Free Weaning 
Hodder Headline, 2010 

Wardley and More 
The Big Book of Recipes for Babies, Toddlers and Children 
Duncan Baird Publishers London, 2004. ISBN 1844830365

Food for Your Body -The chapters on infant and child nutrition in a mass market nutrition manual Reader’s Digest, 2001

The Fertility and Pregnancy Cookbook  - Chapter on Infant Nutrition 
Anness Publishing Ltd, 2001

PROFESSIONAL PUBLICATIONS

Prevention of vitamin D deficiency
British Journal of Family Medicine 2016; 4(2):28-33

Pregnancy, a missed opportunity to influence later health 
Infant, 2015; 11:3-4

More J, Pilcher M. Pre-School Food Provision
NHDmag 2015; 110:30-32

Understand infant feeding to best support mothers’ choices
Independent Nurse 7-20th September 2015; 21-27

More JA, Emmett PM. Evidenced-based, practical food portion sizes for preschool children and how they fit into a well balanced, nutritionally adequate diet. 
Journal of Human Nutrition and Dietetics, Apr 2015;28(2):135-54. doi: 10.1111/jhn.12228. Epub 2014 Mar 24

Overweight/Obesity in Children prevention and early detection. 
Complete Nutrition
2014; 15:54-55

Infant, Child and Adolescent Nutrition: a practical handbook. 
Boca Raton Fl 2013; Taylor and Francis

More J Weaning:developing an infant’s weaning skills 
Practice Nursing 2013; 24(8)

Mixed Feeding in Infants and how to wean onto solid foods 
Journal of Health Visiting
2013; 1(6):318-328

Specialised milks: a guide to the right choices 
Journal of Family Health Care
2011; 21(2):14-18

Milks for Infants and Toddlers 
Journal of Family Health Care
 2010; 20(5):159-164

The new UK-WHO growth charts: are you using them for children from birth to four years? 
Journal of Family Health Care
2009; 19(4):114-117

Monitoring Infants’ and children’s growth 
Practice Nursing
2009; 20:364-367

Weaver L, More J. Harris G ‘What foods for toddlers?
Nutrition Bulletin
 In press 2008

The osteoporosis time-bomb: the key to future bone health 
The British Journal of School Nursing 2008; 3(4):168-170

Don’t forget the undernourished children in our midst 
Journal of Family Health Care
2008; 18(5):159-160

Nutritional Guidelines for preschool childcare units – are there any? 
Journal of Family Health Care
2008; 18(1):6-8

Children’s bone health and Meeting Calcium Needs 
Journal of Family Health Care 
2008; 18(1):22-24

More J, Eds.Shaw V, Lawson M. Healthy Eating
Clinical Paediatric Dietetics 2007; 27:523-39

More J, Briony Thomas, Jacki Bishop Blackwell. Manual of Dietetic Practice
Manual of Dietetic Practice 2007; 3.3,3.4,3.5,3.6

Who needs vitamin supplements? 
Journal of Family Health
 Care 2007; 17(2):57-60

Advising parents on toddler nutrition. 
Community Practitioner 
2006; 79:47-8

Toddler diets: who gives advice and where do they get their information and training? 
Journal of Family Health Care 2005; 15:105-6

Weaning: confusing messages from the Department of Health 
Journal of Family Health Care 2005;15(5):131-132

School Lunches: England starts to improve standards 
Journal of Family Health Care 2005;15(1):4-5

Is Healthy Start as healthy as it could be? 
Community Practitioner 2004;77(7):245-6

Healthy Start: the latest proposals 
Journal of Family Health Care 2004;14(2):32-3

New Guidelines on infant feeding in the first 12 months life 
Journal of Family Health Care 2003;13(4):89-90

Organic Babyfood 
Journal of Family Health Care 2003;13(1):6-8

From Welfare Food Scheme to Healthy Start: more work needed 
Journal of Family Health Care 2003;13(1):4-5

Infant Feeding: what does the latest UK survey tell us? 
Journal of Family Health Care 2002;12(4):86

Rickets due to vitamin D deficiency: why is it re-emerging in the UK?
Community Practitioner 2002;75(4):144-6

LCPs: Their Role in the Nutrition of Infants and Sick Children (Feature Article)
Clinical Nutrition 2001;10

Healthy Eating 
Current Paediatrics 2002;12(2):87-92

Should we change our weaning advice in the UK? 
Dietetics Today 2001;36(8):11-12

Weaning advice in the UK: to change or not to change? 
Professional Care of the Mother and Child 2001;11(5):114-115

Which Growth Charts for Children is your Trust using? 
Dietetics Today 2001;36(3):10-11

Nutritional Rickets in a Breast Fed Baby 
Professional Care of the Mother and Child 2001;11(1):21-21

LCP’s in infant feeding: Recent Developments
Professional Care of Mother and Child 2001;11(2):48-49,52

Aggett PJ, Atherton DJ, More J, Davey J, Delves HT, Harries JT Symptomatic zinc deficiency in a breastfed preterm infant
Arch. Dis. Child 1980; 55:547-550

Vitamin D – the unique vitamin
British Dietetic Association Factsheet

Healthy Eating for Children
British Dietetic Association Factsheet

Commercial Babyfoods
Having Babies Magazine


“Thanks for working on this. It’s reading really well. Such a lot to consider and you’ve done a fantastic job.”
— Julie Lanigan UCL Institute of Child Health.
“Dear Judy, I want to thank you for your book of recipes. It has been very helpful since I’ve bought it and I’m sure it will be so for a long time. My son (10 months old) has had a few problems since birth (a mild lactose intolerance, GERD and, lately, a misdiagnosed fungus that turned out to be candida albicans), and that made feeding him a real nightmare. Most of the time he refuses food, he hates classic “baby food” – that’s why your recipes have been life saving, because they are yummy even for adults!”
— Reader
“Judy – It has been a pleasure working with you, I think you’ve written two very good and valuable books. Authors do not always get back to me as efficiently and promptly as you do – it’s been a joy, honestly!”
— Jenny Organ, Senior Desk Editor, Consumer Education, Hodder Education