Nutrition

Key Points

• Breast milk is the recommended food for infants and the standard to which infant formulas are compared.

• Give vitamin D supplements to all breastfed infants and those taking less than 1 L of vitamin D-fortified milk or formula per day.

• Begin iron-fortified cereal for infants older than 4 to 6 months or low-birth-weight infants older than 2 weeks.

• Obtain a fasting lipid profile in children with a family history of dyslipidemia, premature atherosclerotic vascular disease, or personal risk factors such as overweight, hypertension, smoking, and diabetes mellitus.

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