Baby Bites: Everything You Need to Know About Feeding Babies and Toddlers—Making Baby Food (Google eBook)

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Simon and Schuster, Jan 18, 2011 - Cooking - 383 pages
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This book helps parents with everything they need to know about feeding babies during the first three years--including breastfeeding, bottle-feeding, puréed baby food, teething foods, and solids--making it the most comprehensive baby nutrition book on the market.  It helps parents understand their baby's nutritional needs and enables them to prepare tasty food so their baby can develop healthy eating habits.  It's part nutrition book, part cookbook, and a complete godsend for parents.  Baby Bites is an iParenting Excellent Parenting Product Award winner!

This book helps parents with everything they need to know about feeding babies during the first three years--including breastfeeding, bottle-feeding, puréed baby food, teething foods, and solids--making it the most comprehensive baby nutrition book on the market.  It helps parents understand their baby's nutritional needs and enables them to prepare tasty food so their baby can develop healthy eating habits.  It's part nutrition book, part cookbook, and a complete godsend for parents.  Baby Bites is an iParenting Excellent Parenting Product Award winner!
  

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User Review  - Jenny - Goodreads

I really enjoyed this book. I had it on my shelf for a while because I stupidly thought it was just a recipe book for baby food. One day I opened it up and realized it was actually so much more. It ... Read full review

Contents

Foreword
Getting Ready for Your New Arrival
Breastfeeding
Power Eating for Breastfeeding
FormulaFeeding
Going Back to Work
Your Babys Digestive System
Nutrition 101 for Babies
Dairy
Cooking for Your Eight to TenMonthOld
Ten to Twelve Months
Twelve to Eighteen Months
Resisting Ads for Unhealthy Eating
Switching to Whole Cows Milk
Using Leftover Baby Food
Eighteen to TwentyFour Months

Starting Solids
Making Baby Food The Basics
Food Safety for Babies
About Six Months
Common Questions
Eight to Ten Months
DeStressing Dinnertime ToddlerSize Servings
Two Years and Older
Taking Care of Teeth
Keeping Fit as a Family
Copyright

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About the author (2011)

Bridget Swinney has a Master of Science degree in Nutrition and is a Registered Dietitian.  She has appeared on Good Morning America, Later Today, Weekend Today, The Food Network, and Fox on Family.  She is the author of Eating Expectantly and Healthy Food for Healthy Kids, and has written for American Baby magazine.  She works as a nutrition consultant in public health and health communications.

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