Infant Nutrition

Infant MedlinePlus: Infant and Toddler Nutrition

DHHS. NIH. National Library of Medicine.

Latest news on infant and toddler nutrition and provides age specific information on feeding children for the first two years.


Infant Nutrition and Health Resource List (PDF | 146 KB)

USDA. NAL. Food and Nutrition Information Center.

Collection of resources on infant nutrition, breastfeeding and general feeding, including books, pamphlets and audiovisuals.


Feeding Your Infant

Clemson University Cooperative Extension.

Provides advice to parents and caregivers on preparation and feeding practices for infants. Also available in PDF.


University of Kentucky Cooperative Extension Service, Family and Consumer Sciences

University of Kentucky Cooperative Extension.

Collection of resources on a child's growth and development from birth to 1 year of age. Includes advice for parents and guides them on what to expect from each stage of development.


Infant using a computer Nutrition for Infants and Toddlers

Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics.

Provides guidance for parents on choosing appropriate amounts and types of foods to feed their toddlers.


Pediatric Nutrition Guidelines for Primary Health Care Providers (PDF | 111 KB)

Ontario Society of Nutrition Professionals in Public Health.

Developmental characteristics, guidelines and red flags are provided for children birth though 6 years.


Infant Eating in a High Chair Food For Baby's First Year (PDF | 520 KB)

Ohio State University Extension.

Provides guidance on determining when your infant is ready for solid foods as well as how to begin feeding.


Breast Feeding vs. Formula Feeding

Nemours. Kidshealth.org.

Discusses advantages and challenges of both breast feeding and formula feeding.


Questions and Answers about the Nutritional Content of Processed Baby Food

International Food Information Council Foundation.

Provides answers to commonly asked questions about the nutritional content of commercial baby foods. October 2009.


Gaining and Growing: Assuring Nutritional Care of Preterm Infants

DHHS. HRSA. Maternal Child Health Bureau.

Information for community health professionals who work with premature infants, including nutritional assessment, feeding very low birth weight infants, and resources for nutritional services.