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Weaning foods in infant nutrition

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The word ‘weaning’ is used in different ways: it is used to indicate that breastfeeding has totally stopped; it is used when breast-feeding is being gradually withdrawn or when other foods are being introduced without withdrawing breastfeeding.

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  • Human Milk
  • Infant Formula
  • Solid Food
  • Infant Nutrition
  • Protein Formula

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Pudjiadi, S.H. (1990). Weaning foods in infant nutrition. In: Visser, H.K.A., Bindels, J.G. (eds) Child Nutrition in South East Asia. Eighth Nutricia Symposium. Springer, Dordrecht. https://doi.org/10.1007/978-94-009-1996-9_6

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