Hello, I am looking for someone to write an article on Australian Infants: Nutrition and Breastfeeding. It needs to be at least 1750 words. In the year 2004, the Federal Government received a report about the alarming trend of the decline in breastfeeding rates among mothers as their babies reach the first few months (as cited in Godfrey, 2009). As a result, the Department of Health and Aging introduced the Australian National Breastfeeding Strategy 2010-2015 in response to the perceived threat to the health of young Australians which is “recognized as a matter of national importance” (National Public Health Partnership (NPHP), 2004). As health providers, it is the responsibility of nurses to perform their designated roles in advocating proper breastfeeding practices and nutrition among infants at the community level in support of the thrust of promoting health and preventing illness in the population. Complementary Feeding – “Complementary feeding refers to feeds that are given after 6 months of age when breast milk alone does not provide adequate nutrition to the growing infant” (Bhat, 2009, p. 43). Despite the fact that Australia is indeed one of the wealthiest countries in the whole world, it cannot be denied that it still suffers from major health problems like most, if not all, of the countries around the world, do. What makes Australia’s health status unique, however, is the presence of a considerable socioeconomic status diversity between its mainstream and Indigenous populations (Moodie, Harper, and Oldenburg, 2008, p. 4).&nbsp.Aside from the right nutrition that breast milk provides for babies, authorities believe that breastfeeding is a direct act of promoting better health and preventing illnesses in the children’s later life. According to CCCH (2006), benefits of breastfeeding to babies include “the provision of all nutrients necessary for adequate physical and mental development.