Gabrielle Palmer

Gabrielle Palmer is a nutritionist and author. A breastfeeding counsellor in the 1970s, she later went on to help establish the UK IBFAN group, Baby Milk Action. In the early 1980s she worked in Mozambique. She has written and campaigned on infant feeding issues, particularly the unethical marketing of baby foods. In the 1990s she co-directed the International Breastfeeding: Practice and Policy Course at the Institute of Child Health in London, until she went to live in China for two years.

She has worked independently for various health and development agencies, including serving as HIV and Infant Feeding Officer for UNICEF New York. She recently worked at the London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine where she originally studied nutrition. She is a mother and a grandmother.

Her retirement letter is here.

Page 1 of 1:    Here are 4 relevant Pinter & Martin books

Complementary Feeding: Nutrition, Culture and Politics

Complementary Feeding: Nutrition, Culture and Politics£9.99   £8.99  (10)

Pattiboobs ''Oh, you know what I mean''

Pattiboobs "Oh, you know what I mean"£5.00

The Politics of Breastfeeding: When breasts are bad for business

The Politics of Breastfeeding: When breasts are bad for business£11.99   £9.99  (1)


Page 1 of 1:    Here are 4 relevant Pinter & Martin books