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Study of relationship between maternal knowledge about complementary feeding and the nutritional status of preschool children at benghazi

Salima Elfagi, Ashmisa Eltuhami, Faiza Nouh SalmeenAbd Alnasser,HowaidaJuma, AsmaAgila and Jamila Mansour

Early childhood is a period of rapid growth and an important phase for developing eating habits because the dietary behaviors acquired during the early years of life can extend to adulthood, healthy eating behaviors in childhood are very important. It helps prevent malnutrition, growth retardation, and acute child nutrition problems. Several studies have revealed that the mothers’ level of education has a positive impact on her knowledge and how she deals with child health care issues. The aim of this paper is studying the relationship between the maternal nutritional knowledge about the baby feeding and study the correlation between ages of food introducing and body mass index. The current study is a cross sectional study carried out from January to May 2019 on mothers and their children in Benghazi, the participant in the study are 200 mothers with their children. The results of present study shown that, 46% of the mothers whose participate in this survey were aged between 25-34.The sex distribution of the children nearly half (52%) of the population were boys, while (46%) were girlsin this study 57% of the mother have knowledge about the recommended age of complementary feeding. The main source of nutrition information was their families 56% .The nutritional status for children in this study were 45% of them were overweight and 17.5% were underweight There was a significant relationship between the overweight and age of initiated complementary feeding, and between mother`s source of information and the age of complementary feeding. Growth patterns were therefore affected much by timing of introduction of complementary feeding In this study level of education ,level of economic and age of mothers were the factors that influenced the timing of introduction of complementary food.

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