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Yummy Discoveries: Worry-Free Weaning

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Most parents know what their children should be eating, but getting them to eat it is often a challenge. Fussy eating is a massive problem in Western society, and British children are the fussiest in Europe, but it doesn’t have to be like this! Research has shown that eating patterns are established by the age of two, and how a child is weaned and parented around food in ...more
Paperback, 192 pages
Published January 1st 2015 by Robert Hale
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Sep 12, 2016 Laura rated it liked it
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A decent comprehensive guide to weaning babies. Tackles many of the questions and worries nervous parents have when about to start the weaning process. Advocates baby-lead weaning, as per the current trend, although I decided to use a mix of traditional (puree and spoon feeding) alongside finger foods.

I would have liked to see more recipe ideas, as this was the expectation when borrowing this book. However, it is a good first timers guide to the minefield of baby nutrition.
Feb 23, 2015 Greenleaf rated it liked it
This is an indispensable book for parents, healthcare providers and anyone with an interest in weaning, healthy eating habits, neophobia, and other food-related topics. My initial thought was that this looked like a long book (at 230 pages) about just one topic but once I'd delved in it because clear that the authors take a holistic approach to weaning, looking at everything from the way we have evolved to eat to how weaning approaches impact our diets as adults. Don't be fooled by the word ...more
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