Example of baby’s first meal with solid foods: from nutrition

Welcome to video #20 (out of 21) inside Feeding Baby 101 — a FREE course for parents all about introducing baby to their first foods using science based methods that support healthy relationships with food!

Hi I’m Dr. Taylor and I am so glad you are here! If you are just joining in, please head to the course homepage (playlist) and start from the beginning. And don’t forget to scroll down for some key points from this video and your homework.

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Key Points:
• Watch out for a few things in the video: following baby’s cues, being OK with the mess, keeping things positive and involving the family, and offering foods in different ways

• Any questions that have been unanswered so far? Leave them below!!

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• My review of this awesome CPR course + another one that I didn’t like: https://growingintuitiveeaters.com/3-reasons-why-you-need-a-baby-choking-cpr-course-for-starting-solids-my-favorite-one/

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Dr. A

Disclaimer: This video is intended for educational purposes only. It is not intended to diagnose or treat any medical condition, or to provide medical nutrition therapy. If you are concerned about yours or your child’s nutrition or eating habits, contact your dietitian.

Intro/Outro music credit: Martin Klem from Epidemic Sound

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