Wellness Wednesday: Feeding Baby Book Review

Teaching Children to Eat Healthy

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If you’ve been following my blog or facebook page for a while, you probably know I had baby number 3 in July. So when I was asked by my fellow blogger, Clancy Cash Harrison to review her new book Feeding Baby, I was really excited to see what she had to to say.

Not only does she have a wonderful blog on child nutrition, she is a registered dietician and pediatric feeding therapist. So she is well qualified to give parent nutritional advice.

This book is so much more than a book about “making your own baby food.” Feeding Baby teaches a whole new way of looking at the way you feed your baby. In this book, you can learn how to encourage healthy eating and how to teach your baby to appreciate different flavors and textures. After reading this book, I don’t think I’ll go back to using jarred baby food ever again!

This book is full of helpful charts, recipes and beautiful pictures. It is well-written and easy to read as well. There are also sections on food allergies, food safety, eating behaviors and food additives to avoid (like food coloring, trans fats and high fructose corn syrup).

Since it is a cookbook, about 2/3 of the book is recipes for different levels of eaters, starting with purees for first foods and up to toddler foods. One really interesting chart is 10 different ways of preparing 10 different fruits and vegetables. Some of them I’ve never thought of before and might like to try myself!

In short, I love this book and think it is a wonderful resource for new (or even seasoned) parents and would make a great shower gift.

Feeding Baby is available on Amazon.


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