HabEat final symposium
"Improving infant and child eating habits, encouraging fruit and vegetable intake.
Translating evidence into practical recommendations”
31st March & 1st April 2014
The symposium will report the final results of the HabEat project, which will help to understand better how eating habits and food preferences are formed during the early years of life. Practical implications of these results will be presented. How these implications could be translated into recommendations concerning feeding practices will be discussed with the participants.
The aim of this symposium is also to exchange ideas and to cross views with results from other research works. Thus, the programme is open to presentations in the form of poster presentations.
WHO SHOULD ATTEND
Early childhood professionals, paediatricians, political decision-makers in charge of defining nutritional policies, baby food industries, researchers as well as representatives of parents associations will be welcomed.
- Infant feeding & complementary feeding
- Eating behaviour in toddlers and young children
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