Time To Eat! A Guide For Introducing Your Baby To Solid Food

Introducing solid food can be daunting. Around six months, babies are settling into a nice and “predictable” routine, so parents may be hesitant to start anything different that might disrupt this new found flow. However, parents fear not! A new study by King’s College London found that children introduced to solids early slept longer, woke up less frequently and had fewer serious sleep problems when compared with babies who were exclusively breastfed up to six months. To learn more about introducing solids, check out the blog.

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Hey, Peanut…A look at new guidelines for introducing peanut-containing foods to infants.

Did you know that the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Disease (NAID) released new guidelines for introducing peanut-containing foods to infants? The study found that the early introduction of peanuts was overwhelmingly safe for most infants and could even prevent a peanut allergy from developing. Read more for Dr. West's take on the study and tips to introduce your little ones to peanut-containing food. 

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