Disclosure: I received a free copy of the Natural Baby Food book for a review, but all thoughts and opinions are my very own.
When we have children we strive to offer them the very best from education to food. Making sure our little ones are eating whole, nutritious food is important for so many reasons including brain development, digestive health, motor skills, and much more. What we eat reflects a lot on how our bodies work, so introducing these habits and foods at the very beginning is smart! That is why Dr. Sonali Ruder’s book, Natural Baby Food is the perfect resource to get you started.
The Natural Baby Food book contains over 150 whole food and nutritious recipes that you can feed your baby and toddler. Not only does it contain tasty and simple recipes, but it includes six chapters that will introduce you to why you should make homemade baby food, when and how to start solids, the guidelines of what you should or should not feed your baby, some basic core tips on making homemade baby food, and much more.
The book is broken down further by ages. There is a section specifically for children 6 months, 6 to 8 months, 8 to 12 months, and 12 months and up. This way you do not have to worry whether something is safe or not.
If you are at the stage or preparing for the stage to introduce solids to your little one, I highly recommend purchasing the Natural Baby Food book. Interested in learning more about Dr. Sonali Ruder? Follow her and learn more on her blog, The Foodie Physician.