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07:54 Nov 12, 2008
English to Romanian translations [PRO] Social Sciences - Nutrition Additional field(s): Social Science, Sociology, Ethics, etc.
English term or phrase:responsive feeding
Definition from World Health Organization: Feeding young infants requires active care and stimulation, where the caregiver is responsive to the child clues for hunger and also encourages the child to eat. This is also referred to as active or responsive feeding.
Premature infants need their mothers’ sensitive and responsive feeding behavior to regulate their feeding, to feed adaptively and to engage their mothers. allacademic.com
Also very importantly, responsive feeding, maternal encouragement to eat and other psychosocial aspects of care during feeding likely to be important for ensuring adequate food and nutrient intake of the child. unicef.org
The complementary feeding phase is a fun learning time for infants. Listening to their baby’s messages is all parents need to do to develop a responsive feeding relationship. INFACT Canada
Definition from own experience or research: din ceea ce inteleg din textele de mai sus
De fapt, hrănirea frecventă, la cerere, este unul din cele mai bune lucruri pe care o mamă le poate face pentru a fi sigură de succesul alăptării. După un timp relativ scurt sugarul îsi va stabili un orar regulat al mesei, iar cererea de hrană între mese va scădea. - Alimentatia sugarului
Explanation: Cred ca la asta se refera ..... responsive feeding .... hranirea la solicitarea copilului (mama sensibila la cererea de hrana a copilului)
Victor Rush Romania Local time: 15:43 Native speaker of: Romanian PRO pts in category: 4
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