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The Best Homemade Baby Food on the Planet: Know What Goes Into Every Bite with More Than 200 of the Most Deliciously Nutritious Homemade Baby Food ... Your Baby Will Love (Best on the Planet) Paperback – November 1, 2010
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“As the obesity epidemic spreads across the world and parents become more concerned than ever with what to put in their children’s mouths, The Best Homemade Baby Food on the Planet takes a lot of the guesswork and frustration out of this important parenting task. It is a must-have for parents and grandparents alike.”
-Victoria McEvoy, M.D., Assistant Professor of Pediatrics at HarvardMedicalSchool and Medical Director and
Chief of Pediatrics at Massachusetts General West Medical Group
“This well-written and highly attractive book surpasses the traditional expert advice on the nutritional content and preparation of healthy foods by invoking a developmental approach to infant nutrition. The reader will not only learn how simple it is to make their baby's meals at home, but also understand the developmental and physiological rationales for healthy food choices. This is anticipatory guidance on infant nutrition at its best!”
-Paul H. Dworkin, M.D., Professor and Chair of Pediatrics at the
University of ConnecticutSchool of Medicine and
Physician-in-Chief of the Connecticut Children's MedicalCenter
“Making your own delicious and nutritious baby food could not be easier as this lovely book explains. I can’t think of a better or more enjoyable way to start a baby on a lifetime of happy and healthy eating exploration than to mash and puree your way through every one of these recipes. You will want to eat these foods too!”
-Marion Nestle, Ph.D., Professor of Nutrition, Food Studies,
and Public Health at New YorkUniversity, and author of What to Eat
About the Author
Tina Ruggiero, M.S., R.D., L.D., is a sought-after nutritionist, spokesperson, and author. Fondly called the “Gourmet Nutritionist,” Tina is heard on TV and radio, and her writing has appeared in magazines such as Family, Men’s Health, and First for Women. Tina is president and founder of her own nutrition consulting firm where she helps both corporations and consumers. She is also a nutrition correspondent for NBC's syndicated television show Daytime where she is seen regularly by millions of viewers around the nation. Her blog, www.voiceofreason.net, is often cited in magazines, newspapers, and on the Internet for its reliable, accurate, and inspiring content.
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I am impressed with the imaginative use of fruits and vegetables. As a result, I purchased a copy of "The Best Homemade Baby Food on the Planet" for myself! I had not used my blender for over a year. Now it is back in service. I particularly enjoy the Banana-Raspberry Dream and the Aussie Smoothie...I simply adjust the proportions for my appetite! I must also give rave reviews to the soup recipes in this book as well. Healthy eating is important to me and so are time-saving recipes. This book has it all!
I have now purchased my third copy of the book...it will be a present to the mother of the next child born in my family! I have also recommended the book to my friends that are grandparents.
Tara Gidus, MS, RD, CSSD, LD/N
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