Czy wiesz, że to co jesz w ciąży i podczas karmienia piersią wpływa na późniejsze upodobania twojego malucha? Programowanie dziecka dietą to inwestycja w przyszłość. Miłka Podgórska – dietetyk kliniczny – opowie o tym co jeść i czego unikać, by zaprogramować dziecku zdrowe nawyki żywieniowe.

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