Feeding Infants and Toddlers Study 2008

Prepared For


With childhood obesity reaching epidemic proportions, knowing more about infants' and toddlers' eating habits can help parents, health care professionals, and nutritionists address this issue more effectively. We conducted a study of the feeding patterns of infants, toddlers, and preschoolers (FITS)), a followup to the groundbreaking FITS 2002 study of infants and toddlers (ages 4 to 24 months), to obtain updated information on the diets and eating habits of U.S. infants and toddlers ages from birth to 48 months of age.

Read More

Related Staff

Laura Kalb

Laura Kalb

Principal Survey Researcher

View Bio Page

See Clearly. Act Quickly.

We can help you shine a spotlight through the dark. Get in touch to learn more about how Mathematica could help advance your mission.

Explore Partnership