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Koletzko B.,Ludwig Maximilians University of Munich | Bronstrup A.,Deutsche Gesellschaft fur Ernahrung DGE | Flothkotter M.,Aid Infodienst E.V. Bonn 2013 | Hellmers C.,Osnabruck University of Applied Sciences | And 4 more authors.
Monatsschrift fur Kinderheilkunde | Year: 2013

Network: The network Healthy Start - Young Family Network is a project from IN FORM - German national initiative to promote healthy diets and physical activity. In this nationwide network medical and scientific societies, professional organizations, and professionally oriented institutions combined together to accompany and support parents through pregnancy and birth by providing information on nutrition and allergy prevention. Recommendations: The recommendations of various relevant professional organizations and institutions were compiled, discussed among the members of scientific advisory board of the network and formulated into standardized key messages (recommendations for actions). These recommendations were distributed to young families in the form of application-oriented messages for everyday life and as an integral part of disseminator training in the form of background information. They include key messages on breastfeeding, infant formula, baby foods, drinks (complementary fluids intake), nutritional supplements, nutrition for breastfeeding mothers, stimulants while breastfeeding, medication and food supplements while breastfeeding as well as advice on non-nutrition and non-smoking related allergies in children. © 2013 Springer-Verlag Berlin Heidelberg. Source


Koletzko B.,Ludwig Maximilians University of Munich | Bronstrup A.,Deutsche Gesellschaft fur Ernahrung | Flothkotter M.,Aid Infodienst Ernahrung | Hellmers C.,Osnabruck University of Applied Sciences | And 6 more authors.
Monatsschrift fur Kinderheilkunde | Year: 2010

The German network"Healthy Start - Young Families' Network" (Gesund ins Leben - Netzwerk Junge Familie), was set up to form a basis for an effective, nationwide communication network between actors, institutions and media wishing to accompany and support parents through pregnancy and birth. The recommendations of various relevant professional organisations and institutions have been compiled, discussed among the members of the scientific advisory board and formulated into standardized key messages (recommendations for action). These recommendations will be passed on to young families on the one hand in the form of application-oriented messages for everyday life, and on the other as an integral part of disseminator training in the form of background information. They include key messages on breastfeeding, infant formula, baby foods, drinks (complementary fluids intake), nutritional supplements, nutrition for breastfeeding mothers, stimulants while breastfeeding, medication and food supplements while breastfeeding, as well as advice on non-nutrition- and non-smoking-related allergies in children. © 2010 Springer-Verlag. Source


Brandt S.,Universitatsklinik For Kinder Und Jugendmedizin Ulm | Kersting M.,Forschungsinstitut For Kinderernahrung Fke | Wabitsch M.,Universitatsklinik For Kinder Und Jugendmedizin Ulm
Monatsschrift fur Kinderheilkunde | Year: 2013

When the energy intake of children and adolescents needs to be measured in clinical studies, in hospital or in private medical practice, the question arises on the method of choice. This depends on the point in question and the target group. Within the framework of this review article retrospective methods such as the food frequency questionnaire (FFQ), 24 h recall and the diet history questionnaire (DHQ) and prospective methods such as nutrition protocols for the collation of energy intake are presented. The article focuses on the application in children and adolescents, the advantages and disadvantages and advice is given for use in routine practice. © 2013 Springer-Verlag Berlin Heidelberg. Source

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