Natural baby food : over 150 wholesome, nutritious recipes for your baby and toddler / Dr. Sonali Ruder.
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|Location||Call Number / Copy Notes||Barcode||Shelving Location||Status||Due Date|
|Rochester Library||641.5 RUD (Text)||33187004081986||Nonfiction - R||Reshelving||-|
- ISBN: 9781578266043
- ISBN: 1578266041
- Physical Description: vi, 280 pages : color illustrations ; 23 cm
- Publisher: [Hobart, New York] : Hatherleigh Press, 
|General Note:|| Includes index.
|Formatted Contents Note:|| Part I. Healthy nutrition and homemade baby food. Chapter 1. Why homemade baby food? ; Chapter 2. Starting solids: when, what and how ; Chapter 3. Becoming a baby food chef: what you should and shouldn't feed your baby ; Chapter 4. The building blocks of good nutrition ; Chapter 5. Safely feeding your baby ; Chapter 6. Making homemade baby food 101 -- Part II. The recipes. First spoonfuls: 6 months ; Fun flavors: 6-8 months ; Tastey textures: 8-12 months ; Big kid meals: 12 months and up.
|Summary, etc.:|| "When it comes to planning a healthy diet for your child, Natural Baby Food removes the guesswork, ensuring that your baby gets the nutrition they need, developing healthy eating habits that will benefit them for years to come! The perfect resource for new and experienced parents alike, Natural Baby Food is filled with over 150 delicious, nutritious recipes to please even the pickiest palate. Divided into concise, clear recipe sections for different stages of your baby's growth, Natural Baby Food is the quick, reliable resource to help any parent keep their baby or toddler happy and healthy throughout their development. Natural Baby Food also includes much-needed information for first-time parents, including when and how to start your baby on solid foods, and safe and effective ways to feed your child. Knowing what to feed your baby can be difficult -- let Natural Baby Food make it easy!"--provided by Amazon.com.
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