Handout: Introducing Solid Foods

This is a collection of transition foods and general advice as it is recommended by functional pediatricians in my very crunchy area.

Medical opinion about the introduction of solid foods changes from year to year and decade to decade, often having to do with the best way to avoid food sensitivities and food allergies in children. The information in this Handout reflects 2020 standards.

However, if your family or your partner’s family have a history of allergy, talk to your health providers and try to read up on the latest studies and wisdom.

Permissions: you are free to download and share this handout. May it serve you well.

Handout: Introducing Solid Foods

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