Barnestyrt lesing :: Referanser om BLW

På utkikk etter referanser om barnestyrt spising til å slå svigermor i hodet med?

Det er ikke forsket veldig mye på BLW, men det er forsket litt.  Her er noen kilder, forskning og annet, som kan være interessant eller nyttig lesning for de mer nerdete av dere.

OK, noen er koselige, ikke nyttige, da.  Anbefaler selvsagt også å lese bloggen min fra ende til annen 🙂  Det ligger andre referanser innimellom, f.eks. her på posten om hvorfor man bør utsette fast føde til 6 mnd.

Den brosjyren om barnemat man får på helsestasjonen, og siden mister (pdf som lastes ned)

Gill Rapeley sin bok om BLW -obligatorisk lesing, selv for ikke-nerder. Ved å kjøpe boken (eller noe annet!) ved å følge denne linken så støtter du bloggen.

Fra interwebz

Intervju med Gill Rapley på BBC -vs. Annabel.. moahaha.

Kellymom – evidensbasert info om amming og foreldring.  Dessverre ikke oppdatert siden i fjor, men en gullgruve av velfunderte meninger og mer.

Ammehjelpen  om BLW (ser ut som info stort sett oversatt fra den offisielle siden)

Trygg Mammamedisin – Offentlig svartjeneste hvor leger og farmasøyter forteller deg helt gratis hva du kan ta om medisiner.

Den «offisielle» internasjonale BLW-mamma-nettsiden med forum som inneholder mer støtte for en BLW-forelder enn man noensinne vil trenge -bruk search-funksjonen.  Ikke så aktivt lengre, men svarene ligger der!

Fagfellevurderte artikler

Cameron, S. L., Heath, A. L. M., & Taylor, R. W. (2012). How feasible is baby-led weaning as an approach to infant feeding? A review of the evidenceNutrients4(11), 1575-1609.

«Baby-Led Weaning will not suit all infants and families, but it is probably achievable for most. «

Cameron, S. L., Heath, A. L. M., & Taylor, R. W. (2012). Healthcare professionals’ and mothers’ knowledge of, attitudes to and experiences with, Baby-Led Weaning: a content analysis study. BMJ open2(6), e001542.

«Healthcare professionals had limited direct experience with BLW and the main concerns raised were the potential for increased risk of choking, iron deficiency and inadequate energy intake. (…) most felt reluctant to recommend BLW because of their concern about the potential increased risk of choking. In contrast, mothers who had used this style of feeding reported no major concerns with BLW. (…) The current study suggests that there is a mismatch between healthcare professionals’ and mothers’ knowledge of, attitudes to and experiences, with BLW.»

Townsend, E., & Pitchford, N. J. (2012). Baby knows best? The impact of weaning style on food preferences and body mass index in early childhood in a case–controlled sample. BMJ open2(1), e000298.

» Weaning style impacts on food preferences and health in early childhood. Our results suggest that infants weaned through the baby-led approach learn to regulate their food intake in a manner, which leads to a lower BMI and a preference for healthy foods like carbohydrates. This has implications for combating the well-documented rise of obesity in contemporary societies.»

Brown, A., & Lee, M. (2011). A descriptive study investigating the use and nature of baby‐led weaning in a UK sample of mothersMaternal & child nutrition7(1), 34-47.

«Those participants who used a BLW method reported little use of spoon-feeding and purées and were more likely to have a higher education, higher occupation, be married and have breastfed their infant. BLW was associated with a later introduction of complementary foods, greater participation in meal times and exposure to family foods. Levels of anxiety about weaning and feeding were lower in mothers who adopted a BLW approach.»

Wright, C. M., Cameron, K., Tsiaka, M., & Parkinson, K. N. (2011). Is baby‐led weaning feasible? When do babies first reach out for and eat finger foods?. Maternal & child nutrition7(1), 27-33.

«Baby-led weaning is probably feasible for a majority of infants, but could lead to nutritional problems for infants who are relatively developmentally delayed.»