Overview

Healthy eating for every age and stage of development

We work with children living with food allergies and developmental disabilities and other conditions that prevent them from eating or swallowing properly. We provide education, support and therapy to help them be successful eaters. 

We teach families how to build healthy meals, snack smart and combat food allergies. Our pediatric nutrition team works to make healthy eating fun.

Conditions and treatments

Nutrition care for infants, children and teens

At UW Health, we evaluate and treat children with a wide range of conditions that affect eating, such as:

  • Cancer

  • Developmental disabilities

  • Diabetes

  • Digestive conditions

  • Eating disorders

  • Failure to thrive

  • Food allergies

  • Heart conditions

  • Kidney conditions

Healthy eating plans for your child

Our pediatric dietitians work with your family and other specialists to design the right eating plan for your child.

  • Diabetes and nutrition care 

  • Feeding and swallowing therapy with speech therapists

  • Healthy eating for heart health

Programs and research

Focused infant nutrition care

When you come to UW Health for help with feeding your child, we provide guidelines for healthy eating. We focus on the specific needs of your baby or toddler based on their age and stage of development.

Improving childhood nutrition through research 

Our pediatric doctors and scientists study how to improve nutrition and feeding for all children. We research how nutrition impacts many conditions.

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Patient resources

Nutrition information and resources

Nutrition health facts

You can learn more about your child’s specific nutrition needs from these resources.

Locations

Find a location near you

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  • 20 S. Park Clinic - Health and Nutrition Education
    • 20 S. Park St. / Madison, WI
    • (608) 287-2770
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Managing digestive, liver and nutrition conditions

Pediatric Gastroenterology, Hepatology and Nutrition Service