Study: Feeding babies on demand may help stave off obesity

05/31/2011 | Daily Telegraph (Australia), The

Newborns that were fed on demand weighed less at 14 months than those who were on a routine feeding schedule, according to a study presented at the European Congress on Obesity in Istanbul. The findings underscore that giving infants food whenever they want may help regulate their appetite and body mass and prevent the onset of obesity, experts said.

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