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La diversification alimentaire menée par l'enfant

Notre livre de Stefan Kleintjes a fait peau neuve (parution en février 2022) ! Retrouvez ici les compléments au livre, les études sur lesquelles s'appuie l'auteur et une suggestion de livres conseillés pour aller plus loin.


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Livres conseillées

L’Allaitement maternel : la voie lactée, Claude-Suzanne Didierjean-Jouveau,

Éditions Jouvence.

Allaiter pourquoi ? Comment ? Idées revues sur l’allaitement maternel, Véronique

Boulinguez-Jouan, Éditions Le cavalier bleu.

L’Allaitement, de la naissance au sevrage, Marie Thirion, ÉditionsAlbin Michel.

L’Art de l’Allaitement Maternel, La Leche League, Éditions LLL France.

Ocytocine : l’hormone de l’amour, Kerstin Uvnäs Moberg.

Les années de lait, Marie Australe, Éditions l'Instant Présent



Site internet sur l’allaitement

http://info-allaitement.org

www.lllfrance.org

www.coordination-allaitement.org

www.anses.fr/fr

www.consultants-lactation.org

www.allaitement-juneaux.com

www.santeallaitementmaternel.com

http://formation-allaitement.fr

www.has-sante.fr/portail

www.solidarilait.org

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