Our experienced and caring team of nutrition professionals are committed to providing their expertise and support to help parents make the best nutrition choices for their infant or toddler.
Elisa is a general paediatrician with a special interest in nutrition and health and well-being. She graduated from the University of Melbourne in 1995. Elisa has worked extensively in paediatric hospitals in Victoria and interstate, and currently has a private practice, as well as maintaining links with the Royal Children’s Hospital and Monash University in the Health and Well Being Program. She has spoken widely in Australia as well as overseas.
Elisa is the mother of four children, ranging in age from six to sixteen years.
Robyn is an Accredited Practising Dietitian (APD). She achieved her Masters of Nutrition and Dietetics from Deakin University in 2002 and also has a Bachelor of Applied Science (Human Movement) from RMIT University.
As a mother of two young children and an experienced Dietitian, Robyn has a particular interest in helping children with food allergies and intolerances, developmental and behavioural difficulties.
Our experienced and caring team of nutrition professionals are committed to providing their expertise and support to help parents make the best nutrition choices for their infant or toddler, and are here to take your call.
Please call 800 961 922 Monday to Friday 9am to 6pm (except national public holidays).
Breastfeeding is best for babies and provides the optimal balance of nutrition and protection during growth and development, while the use of any kind of formula milk may put infants and children at risk of diarrhoea, chest infections and other illnesses and their mothers at a higher risk of breast cancer. In light of this, babies should be exclusively breastfed for the first 6 months of life and with the introduction of nutritionally adequate and safe complementary foods from 6 months, continue breastfeeding for up to 2 years of age or beyond.
Good maternal nutrition is important in preparation for and during breastfeeding. If you are considering bottle feeding, always seek professional advice, as introducing bottle feeding, either partially or exclusively, may adversely affect breastfeeding by reducing the amount of your own breast milk supply and may be difficult to reverse should you change your mind as your baby may refuse to be fed by breastfeeding. Consider also the financial and health implications when deciding on a feeding method for your baby.
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