Find out how and when to start weaning, what your baby needs to grow and develop, what foods to avoid in the first year, the dangers of sugar and how to avoid it so you can bring up your healthy, sugar free baby. It's much easier than you think.
Lots of us often spend lots of time preparing weaning food for our babies and not eating well ourselves. As new moms we're often tired (for a number of reasons!!) and rely on sugary snacks and poor food to get us through the day.
By sharing ingredients such as an avocado or butternut squash, it means both you and your baby can eat well, there is less waste and it takes less time. The recipes for both you and your baby are very simple, quick to prepare and delicious.
Feeding your new baby is the perfect start for you and your baby to go 'sugar free' and nourish your bodies with the food and ingredients for optimum health.
The advice in this book will help you learn how to nourish your body, recover from childbirth, gently lose weight, balance hormones and feel energetic. It will offer advice on how to go sugar free, deal with cravings and stay energized as well as recipes based on delicious, satisfying and nutritious meals every day.
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About the Author
Dr. Sarah Schenker is a registered dietitian and nutritionist. She is the co-author of The Ageless Body and a contributor to The Fast Diet Recipe Book. She has also written for the Daily Mail, Top Sante, and Glamour as well as appearing on and consulting for shows including This Morning, Watchdog, and across BBC Radio.
Table of Contents
Cook's Notes 6
Starting Solids 8
How to begin 17
The next steps 24
Fast track weaning 30
Finger foods and chunkier textures 32
Nutritional needs 35
Spoon fed vs baby led weaning 38
Why you should eat together 41
Looking after you 42
Preparing food for you and your baby 55
Shared Lunches 104
Family Meals 138
Naturally Sweet Treats 178
Conversion Table 200