Tanya Altmann

What to Feed Your Baby

As a pediatrician, spokesperson for the American Academy of Pediatrics, and mother of three boys, Dr. Tanya Altmann knows that good nutrition is essential for healthy kids. In What to Feed Your Baby, Dr. Tanya provides the latest nutritional recommendations and best practices for feeding babies and young children. The simple, fool-proof program focuses on serving eleven foundation foods: eggs, prunes, avocado, fish, yogurt/cheese/milk, nuts, chicken/beans, fruit, green veggies, whole grains, and water.  What to Feed Your Baby helps parents set their children up for a lifetime of healthy choices—and say goodbye to picky eating forever!
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  • b9509926475compartió una citahace 6 años
    like to melt a small amount into baby cereal such as oatmeal, making sure the mixture isn’t too sticky and thick. Around eight months you can start to introduce creamy nut butter
  • b9509926475compartió una citahace 6 años
    Commercial baby foods train children to expect sameness of flavor and texture, whereas homemade foods provide a variety of flavors and textures to tempt their blossoming palate.
  • b9509926475compartió una citahace 6 años
    Age: Six to eight months
    A few sips, daily as desired

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