By Chandralekha Arora
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Extra care can compensate in part for a suboptimal diet. For some children, artificial infant feeding does not create major immediate problems where caring conditions are close to ideaL However, its long-term effects on chronic disease in later life or other lasting effects are still not fully known. Endemic misinformation, the popular mythology about breastfeeding that distorts its practice and creates numerous problems for families, may have its equivalent in widely held misconceptions about other care-fornutrition practices.
Other misleading descriptions include: 30 Child Nutrition "whole grain" "contains whole grain" "100% wheat" "made with whole wheat" "multigrain" " pumpernickel" " stone-ground" These do not correspond to any government standards and thus imply nothing about the product's nutritional makeup. In Canada, it is legal to advertise any food product as "whole wheat" with up to 70% of the germ removed. While the resulting product will contain the benefit of fiber in the nutritional information, it lacks the more recentlydiscovered health benefits of anti-oxidants found in the wheat germ.
Their only maternity protection may come from traditional postpartum customs, for example, the 40 days of rest to which all new mothers are entitled in some Islamic cultures. '. ' "The household composition of extended unilocal families provides a"sharing of child care and of household tasks that is 'widely assumed to simplify child rearing and ..... ". breastfeeding. Looking after older relatives may increase " the mother's workload, however, while she herself may receive little care and a minimal share of family food.