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What Do I Feed My Baby

What Do I Feed My Baby

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Published by: Alicia Stanley on Jun 03, 2011
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What Do I Feed My Baby? A step-by-step guide to starting solids and feeding babies
This edition first published in 2007 in Australia by Cadence Health, ABN 92359484858,PO Box 313, Manly, NSW 1655, Australia.Second edition published in 2009 in AustraliaCopyright ©, Leanne Cooper 2007The author asserts her moral right in this work throughout the world without waiver. All rights reserved.No part of this document may be reproduced, stored, or transmitted in any form or by any means(electronic or otherwise) without the prior written permission of the publisher.All rights reserved Leanne Cooper 16 04 2007ISBN 978-0-9803668-0-8Edited by Nadine DavidoffText designed and typeset by Michele Cooper Cover design by Michele Cooper Other titles and resources can be view at www.leannecooper.com.au
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About the author 
Leanne Cooper, BA (Psych/Ed); Dip. Nut; Grad Cert Higher Ed.; Grad Cert Nut., gained her Bachelor ofArts in psychology and education from Auckland University in 1987. After travelling abroad for a number of years she returned to Australia, her childhood home, to continue her studies. Graduating with tertiaryqualifications in education, health and nutrition, Leanne has now worked in education and health for over 20 years.While designing health and education systems, Leanne also established her own successful nutritionpractice where she originally worked with many high-profile national and international elite athletes.Although she is now not able to commit time to a private practice, Leanne still lectures in nutrition,psychology and management and runs her successful education business, Cadence Health. Leanne’snutritional advice and support features on the Huggies websites worldwide and a number of ExpertPanels. She also consults to a large number of health organisations and child-care centres. Leannehas devoted all of her working career to community education and health. She believes that ‘gettingnutrition right’ early on in life is the cornerstone to community health.Leanne enjoys a unique lifestyle on the beautiful northern beaches in Sydney, Australia, with her husbandand their two beautiful young sons, Zachariah and Samuel.
Thank you to:
My mother Glenise for all her proofing and fantastic literary input, your way with words is a true reflectionof your kind and loving spirit; and my gorgeous sister Michele who has supported, directed and clarifiedthis concept as well as her expertise in graphics and presentation.
Meals and menus for starting bub on solids6
Trust yourself and bub!
Some tips before starting out
Nutritional tips
Keeping it simple
Healthful tips
8 What can affect baby’s eating?8
Tips to help lessen the impact of food rejection
9 When to start9
Don’t start too early
Don’t leave it too late
Signs of readiness for solids
Starting solids to help with sleep
Babies who simply say ‘no’
11 What foods at what age?12 Foods safety12
Storing foods
Other storage tips
Cooling and reheating foods safely
Cooling food safely
Reheating food
Cooking frozen foods
Cleanliness and safety
 14 Foods and safe eating15 Using our charts15
Handy hints to reduce preparation time
16 A special note on iron16
Iron-deficiency in infants
 Food and iron
18 About 6+ months (not later)18
Starter recipes
Second meal options
Bebedelice options
Bebedelice steaming tips
Using your Bebedelice
25 Where are we now?26 Planning your own meals until bub is around 7 months

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