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Introducing Solids & Making Your Own Organic Baby Food: A Step-by-Step Guide to Weaning Baby off Breast & Starting Solids. Delicious, Easy-to-Make, & Healthy Homemade Baby Food Recipes Included.

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Introducing Solids & Making Your Own Organic Baby Food: A Step-by-Step Guide to Weaning Baby off Breast & Starting Solids. Delicious, Easy-to-Make, & Healthy Homemade Baby Food Recipes Included.

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Mar 12, 2013
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9781301821624
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Are you looking to wean your baby to solid foods and make your own organic baby food at home?

Weaning a baby should be interesting and fun. Always remember that during the process, the baby will still receive much of his or her nutrition from baby formula or breast milk so you get the opportunity to experiment with what your baby likes and what he doesn’t like.

In "Introducing Solids & Making Your Own Organic Baby Food," we will talk about how to wean a baby, what foods to choose and how to make some really healthy organic baby foods for your baby to dine on. The process of weaning will take several months of trying and testing different foods. Soon, you’ll have a collection of organic foods that will be available for mealtime. We’ll also talk about some troubles you might have with weaning your baby and how to solve them. Every baby gets weaned sometime and will soon have a variety of organic foods that match your own at the supper table.

Here are some of the things you will discover in this book:

- Nutritional needs for babies...
- Signs that your baby is ready for solids...
- Simple techniques to wean your baby...
- How to know if your baby is getting the right nutrients...
- How to avoid food allergies...
- How to make organic baby food at home...
- Proper ways to store homemade organic baby food...
- Graduating to toddler food...
- Simple, easy-to-make, delicious, & healthy organic baby food recipes...
- And much more...

Pubblicato:
Mar 12, 2013
ISBN:
9781301821624
Formato:
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Introducing Solids & Making Your Own Organic Baby Food - Katherine Smiley

Introducing Solids & Making Your Own Organic Baby Food

A Step-by-Step Guide to Weaning Baby off Breast & Starting Solids. Delicious, Easy-to-Make, & Healthy Homemade Baby Food Recipes Included.

Katherine Smiley

Copyright© 2013 by Katherine Smiley

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Introducing Solids & Making Your Own Organic Baby Food

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While all attempts have been made to verify information provided in this publication, the Publisher assumes no responsibility for errors, omissions, or contrary interpretation of the subject matter herein. Any perceived slights of specific persons, peoples, or organizations are unintentional.

In practical advice books, like anything else in life, there are no guarantees of income made. Readers are cautioned to rely on their own judgment about their individual circumstances and act accordingly.

This book is not intended for use as a source of legal, business, accounting or financial advice. All readers are advised to seek services of competent professionals in the legal, business, accounting, and finance fields.

The information in this book is not intended or implied to be a substitute for professional medical advice, diagnosis or treatment. All content contained in this book is for general information purposes only. Always consult your healthcare provider before carrying on any health program

Table of Contents

Introduction

Breast is Best

What are ARA and DHA?

The Babies

Chapter 1: What a Baby Needs to Eat

Nutritional Needs for Babies

Actual Nutrient Requirements from Birth to Six Months

What Baby Needs When

Chapter 2: Nutrition in Jarred Baby Food

Chapter 3: Weaning a Baby to Solids

Signs that Your Baby is Ready for Solids

The First Feedings

Pick up Foods

Baby Led Weaning

Will My Baby Get the Right Nutrients?

Chapter 4: Food Allergies

Symptoms of a Food Allergy

Recent Changes to Recommendations

Is My Baby Allergic or Intolerant to Foods?

Common Food Allergies

Honey

Chapter 5: Making Organic Baby Food

What Do the Labels Mean?

Chapter 6: Storing Organic Baby Food

Ice Cube Tray Method

Storing Baby Food in the Refrigerator

Wax Paper Technique

Freezing Glass Jars

A Note on Refrigeration

A Note on Freezing

Storing Baby Food after a Power Outage

The Penny Trick

Microwaving Baby Food

Chapter 7: Weaning from Bottle or Breast to Cup

Before Switching

Phasing out Gradually

Going Cold Turkey

Weaning the Parents

Tips and Tricks to Weaning

Chapter 8: Graduating to Toddler Food

What is a Toddler?

What Toddlers Eat

The Best Finger foods

Chapter 9: Organic Baby Food Recipes

Conclusion

Introduction

Taylor’s story: Taylor is a healthy 6 month old who is underweight for her age. She has been exclusively breastfed and mom wants to introduce solids along with breast milk now that Taylor is 6 months old.

Jason’s story: Jason is five months of age and robust in weight. His parents report he drinks twelve bottles a day and doesn’t seem satisfied. He is curious about what mom and dad are eating but hasn’t eaten solid foods yet.

Marie’s story: Marie was premature by 2 months and is now 6 months of age. She drinks 8 bottles a day and seems satisfied. She is not showing any interest in the feeding of others.

The point of these vignettes is to say that every baby is different and what works with one baby may not work well with another baby. There are babies that are perfectly ready to eat solid foods by five months of age and actually seem to need the extra calories they didn’t get from bottled formula. There are babies that have received all their nutrition from mother’s milk and may take some extra time learning how to eat from a spoon. There are babies with health problems or problems with prematurity that may need the doctor’s advice as to when be the best time to start solid foods.

Breast is Best

Most pediatricians will tell parents that until the child reaches the age of six months, he or she should be exclusively breast fed on demand. This means that when the baby cries or indicates the need to feed, the mother will breastfeed the child until the child is satisfied.

Mothers who work or who can’t breastfeed for some reason should find a good formula for the baby. Most formulas are basically the same and include cow’s milk-based formula, soy-formula, and formula that contains elemental formulas for baby’s with allergies or digestive problems. These are the formulas your baby might be on at the time of weaning:

Soy Formulas. These are for babies that might be allergic to

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