Complementary feeding refers to the introduction of foods other than human milk or formula to an infants diet. In response to a request from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, the National Academies Health and Medicine Division convened the Committee on Complementary Feeding Interventions for Infants and Young Children under Age 2 to conduct a consensus study scoping review of peer-reviewed literature and other publicly available information on interventions addressing complementary feeding of infants and young children. The interventions studied took place in the U.S. and other high-income country health care systems; early care and education settings; university cooperative extension programs; the Special Supplemental Nutrition Program for Women, Infants, and Children (WIC); home visiting programs; and other settings. This consensus study report summarizes evidence and provides information on interventions that could be scaled up or implemented at a community or state level.
National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine. 2023. Complementary Feeding Interventions for Infants and Young Children Under Age 2: Scoping of Promising Interventions to Implement at the Community or State Level. Washington, DC: The National Academies Press. https://doi.org/10.17226/27239.
|2 Methodological Approach||29-36|
|4 Overview of Interventions Identified in the Scoping Review||67-112|
|5 Identified Informative Studies and Elements||113-140|
|6 Considerations for Scaling Infant and Young Child Feeding Interventions||141-152|
|7 Implications and Considerations for Design of Interventions to Improve Infant and Young Child Feeding Behavior in the United States||153-190|
|Appendix A: Committee Member Biographies||191-196|
|Appendix B: Open Session Materials||197-214|
|Appendix C: Literature Search Strategies and Results||215-234|
|Appendix D: Data Extraction Criteria||235-242|
|Appendix E: Data Extraction Tables||243-452|
|Appendix F: Scalability Assessments for Informative Studies||453-472|
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