- Created: Monday, 14 November 2016 11:37
- Written by Mary Nolan
I found myself having breakfast last week with a woman who manages the early years services in her part of the world. We quickly fell into ‘work talk’ and from broad agreement that early intervention is definitely ‘a good thing’, we went on to talk about nutrition. This turned into a lengthy lament on her part about increasing obesity rates among young children and decreasing breastfeeding rates. We both acknowledged the link and moved on to discussing ‘what to do’.