grow healthy® food program offers staples to be combined with fresh, organic produce for a comprehensive, balanced nutritional program for your child’s optimal healthy development.
- Introducing Solids
There are many benefits to making your baby’s food at home with whole food staples and fresh, locally grown, organic produce.
The visual appeal of food and ambience can have a calming effect that stimulates your baby’s appetite and attitude towards eating. Read on for tips for developing a healthy relationship with food.
When introducing solid food, there are some issues to be aware of to keep your baby safe and healthy.
When you introduce solids, it is easier for your baby’s digestive system if foods are simple and separate for the first two to three months.
Guidelines and suggestions for introducing your baby to solid foods, including the three basic stages and textures of food.
Guidelines and suggestions for introducing your baby to solid foods, including ways to support her first meal.
During your baby’s first year, his digestive system is inherently weak and still developing. Consider these points as you introduce new foods to your baby.
When your baby sits without assistance, holds her head up with confidence, and grasps small objects and brings them to her mouth, she may be ready to eat solid foods.