May 5, 2011

Babies eating what the mother eats

Studies show that the more varied the diet of breastfeeding mothers, make the children more readily accepting a greater variety of foods.

While you breastfeed, your child eats (indirectly) everything you eat, and studies show that breast milk taste varies depending of what the mother eats. A more natural and varied diet has a great chance to meet all your needs and your baby needs and take your first steps to enrich and take care for the taste of your child.

When it comes time to vary between breastfeedings and other foods, you can begin to offer soft food and solid food, offering more than ever a wide variety of foods, of course obeying the constraints for each stage of development.

Reminder: Nature provides all the possible variety of foods we need. Some babies may prefer to skip the stage of purees and soups and go straight to the chewing of truth.

Try it and see the way your child better accept new foods. Find the best temperature, consistency, combination of ingredients, spices, etc.. and never forget, be very careful with the salt.

Make a well dish pretty, to be filled with excitement and teach your child to enjoy the best!

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thekingpin68 said...

'Studies show that the more varied the diet of breastfeeding mothers, make the children more readily accepting a greater variety of foods.'

Interesting, and this would mean a child is impacted very early in development. I admit to often trying to 'steal' my Mom's tea and coffee from her when I was little toddler.;)