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Feeding Baby Green: The Earth Friendly Program for Healthy, Safe Nutrition During Pregnancy, Childhood, and Beyond Paperback – October 5, 2009
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?Babies are built from food,? writes Greene (Raising Baby Green) in this straightforward manual for eco-conscious parents. Most of the nutritional advice here will not be new to parents; it?s not specific to parents who are choosing organic or sustainable food. The strength of the book is in its personality. Greene shares his own childhood eating habits and takes a nonjudgmental approach, offering specific brand suggestions for organic baby formulas knowing that some mothers need that option. Parents of picky eaters will especially appreciate the tips for engaging toddlers in new flavors and aromas. Verdict This title will stand out among the proliferation of organic cookbooks for babies and toddlers, as it capably tackles the why (we feed our kids healthy food) and how (to get them to eat it). ?Library Journal Xpress Review(Oct 2010)
From the Back Cover
Feeding Baby Green
The Earth-Friendly Program for Healthy, Safe Nutrition During Pregnancy, Childhood, and Beyond
Alan Greene, M.D.
Author of Raising Baby Green
A new way to train your baby'staste buds for a lifetime of good eating habits
Not your typical feeding book! You can break the cycle of weight struggles, junk food, and unhealthy kids' mealsand avoid food battles along the way. Feeding Baby Green contains all you need to know to feed your baby best and to raise a child who recognizes and enjoys good food.
Praise for Feeding Baby Green
"For all those interested in healthy family nutrition."
Robert Kenner, director-producer, Food Inc.
"Makes it easy for kids to learn to love healthy amounts of healthy foodsand to enjoy meals together as a family."
Brooke Burke, the Modern Mom
"??'Nutritional Intelligence'this approach is a gift to ensure that every little one will thrive for a lifetime!"
Jessica Capshaw Gavigan, mother and actress
"A straightforward and fundamental guide to healthy eating for mothers, infants, and children."
Walter Robb, co-president and COO, Whole Foods Market
"This is a terrific map for parents who want to raise healthy children and for the health providers who want to help them."
Erica Frank, M.D., M.P.H., professor and Canada Research Chair, University of British Columbia
"What's in this book could change the trajectory of children's health."
Julius Richmond, M.D., founding director, Project Head Start, and former U.S. Surgeon-General
"Will be a staple for families who make healthy living and healthy eating a priority."
Sara Snow, TV host and author, Sara Snow's Fresh Living
"Gives parents the tools they need to set a strong foundation for their children to have a healthy and positive relationship with food for the rest of their lives."
Anna Getty, holistic and eco lifestyle expert, author, and founder of Pregnancy Awareness Month; director, PureStyleLiving.com
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We are lucky to have you spreading the word, Dr Greene! May you continue your wonderful work for many years!
It has actually encouraged me to start buying more fresh fruit and vegetables for myself too! I only wish that the book had some more actual recipes.