It is important to seek information from reliable sources when it comes to baby feeding. Many changes have taken place in the area of Medicine and Nutrition in recent years and that advice from grandparents will not always be the best choice for your child.
At the same time, there is a lot of information circulating on the internet and you need to know how to filter and understand what makes sense for you and your family.
With that in mind, we’ve listed books that will help you a lot in the Food Introduction . It’s these books and e-books that we always recommend when they write to us for tips. Let’s meet?
Recipes for babies in the Food Introduction
This book is by Bárbara Toledo, Food Engineer and Master in Food Science. Alice and Rafael’s mother, she shows on Instagram the day-to-day feeding of the little ones.
It’s knowledge in theory and in practice , which is why her e-books are so worthwhile. In this book are 40 healthy and easy-to-prepare recipes , plus preparation, freezing and organizing tips . Super complete!
Baby food: an introduction to real food (Rita Lobo)
Rita Lobo’s book also aims to improve the diet of the whole family . As the name of the book says it is about food introduction with real food .
The content was supported by physicians and nutritionists from USP’s Nutrition Research Center and brings up-to-date information on how to start feeding the baby in a healthy way and creating good habits for life.
According to Rita Lobo, the idea of the book is to encourage parents and children to eat better and eat the same food . As she told Revista Crescer, baby food is outdated and children should be encouraged to know real food from the beginning of the Food Introduction.
My son does not eat!
A classic by Dr. Carlos Gonzáles that talks a lot about respect in baby feeding. He clearly demonstrates that often the biggest problem for a child who does not eat can be the posture and pressure of parents and caregivers.
It serves as guidance and reception for the challenging moments of children’s feeding.
BLW: Baby-guided weaning
Book written by Gill Rapley, who is the creator of the BLW (Baby Led Weaning) method. This approach became popular in Brazil precisely with the arrival of the book translated here and until today it is a reference for those who use this method and for those seeking up-to-date knowledge on Food Introduction .
The term BLW is an acronym in English for “baby-guided weaning”. However, the focus of the method is not to wean the baby, as some people might think. Rather, make the baby the protagonist of its own feeding .
The main benefit of BLW is precisely to give autonomy and freedom for the child to have a good relationship with food for the rest of their lives.
These are the hottest books right now. Do you have any of them? Do you have another indication? Leave it in the comments and let’s help!
Dr. Tabriella Perivolaris, Sara's mother and fan of fashion, beauty, motherhood, among others, about the female universe. Since 2018 she has been working as a copywriter, always bringing to her articles a little of her experience and experience as a mother and woman.