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Introducing Solid Foods to Infants

Introducing Solid Foods to Infants


introducing solid foods

Experts recommend that infants start eating solid foods between ages 4-6 months of age, but where do we start?  This new journey in an infants life can be confusing for new parents, not to mention it may elicit fears of food based allergic reactions.  Karen and Jean talk about the AAP’s current recommendations on how to advance your infant diet’s from formula or breast milk to the addition of solid foods.  Join us for an interesting discussion about how to approach this milestone, learn when your baby is ready for solid foods, what food allergies may look like, and what ONE food all babies should avoid (hint: it’s honey!).  Check out our resources listed below for text-based information on solid food introduction!

Introducing solids to infants

Switching to solids