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About the webinar:
When are solids really being introduced? What are the current rates of breastfeeding? And when and how are allergens making their way into a baby’s diet? In part one of this two-part webinar series with Dr Merryn Netting, we dive into the findings from the first Australian-wide survey of infant and toddler feeding practices and dietary intake. Merryn will also touch on the methodology of this interesting study and explain why infants and toddlers have been excluded from dietary surveys in the past – and what this means for future research.
About the speaker:
Dr Merryn Netting is an Advanced Accredited Practising Dietitian and NHMRC Early Career Fellow based at the South Australian Health and Medical Research Institute and the Adelaide Women’s and Children’s Hospital. Merryn is an experienced paediatric dietitian with over 30 years of clinical experience. Her research is focused on the long-term effects of early life dietary patterns, specifically related to prevention of food allergy.