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Tips for Making Baby Feeding Times go Safely and Smoothly

Starting solids with your baby is such an exciting time! It can also be one that for many new parents is fraught with uncertainty and worry. It doesn’t help that there is a vast array of advice out there on this topic and much of it is conflicting.

Canadian guidelines recommend meats as baby’s first solid food

In a major departure from conventional advice, new Canadian guidelines say parents should be offering their six-month-old infants iron-rich foods like beef, pork, fish, poultry, tofu, beans and eggs two or more times a day on a daily basis.

Moms asked and Similac® listened

Similac® formulas are now available with non-GMO ingredients.
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Baby’s Brain Begins Now

Brain development and DHA go together.

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What experts want parents to know about newborn nutrition

When it comes to feeding your baby, everybody seems to have an opinion, from your mother-in-law to your partner to perfect strangers who peek and coo at your baby.  Here are what experts in infant nutrition consider the most important facts for new parents to keep in mind.

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Check the iron levels on your baby’s food

If you’re making your own baby food, make sure you’re offering enough iron.

How much to feed your baby

It’s no secret that feeding can be stressful for new parents. There are plenty of questions to ponder: How often should your baby be fed? How do you know if he’s getting enough nourishment? Do his nutritional needs change from week to week?  Here is some information that might help answer your questions.

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What is the big deal about DHA?

Brain development and DHA go together.

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Nutrition: Omega3s are the fat that’s good for your family

Why some fats are essential to your child’s diet.

Tips and Tricks to Help your Infant with Feeding Issues

Feeding issues can usually be addressed, but, the first step is to know what to look for.  It can be confusing because so many different situations share similar behaviours, including fussiness, gas, and extensive crying. 

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