Feeding Baby: The New Guide to Introducing Solids

August 17, 2020 1 min read

Feeding your baby foods for the first time comes with a range of emotions; feeling excitement and anxiety all at once is totally normal. Know this: there is no such thing as perfect. There isn’t one perfect first food just as there isn’t one way to help transition to a diet of solids. There is, however, research from around the world to help guide you in the process. 

Feeding guidelines have changed  in the past few years leaving parents confused, especially when it comes to food introduction of common allergens. This guide is intended to help shed light on up-to-date research and provide ways to help you enhance your approach to feeding solids to your baby.

Download our Guide to Introducing Solids.

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