The baby food dilemma

The baby food dilemma

Guidelines in flux on when to start solids and what to feed
Mya Mellor, 10 months old, is fed a mix of apples and pears for breakfast by her mother, Cheryl Mellor, on a recent morning at their Durango home. Mellor charts all the new foods Mya eats to keep track of her reactions. She hasn’t introduced eggs and peanuts, considered highly allergenic foods, but may do so soon. Experts disagree about when it is best to begin feeding babies allergenic foods.
Cheryl Mellor feeds breakfast to her 10-month-old daughter, Mya. Cheryl suffers from food allergies but hopes a cautious approach to feeding her daughter will help her avoid the same condition.
Mya Mellor, 10 months old, picks up toast with homemade fruit preserves while eating breakfast with her mother, Cheryl Mellor. Mellor followed her pediatrician's advice to introduce new foods individually to see if her daughter had a reaction. So far, she has not demonstrated any food allergies.
Cheryl Mellor holds up a bowl of butternut squash balls she created with whole-grain oatmeal for her 10-month-old daughter, Mya Mellor. Mellor makes all her daughter’s baby food to avoid the hidden and undesirable ingredients in commercially produced baby food.

The baby food dilemma

Mya Mellor, 10 months old, is fed a mix of apples and pears for breakfast by her mother, Cheryl Mellor, on a recent morning at their Durango home. Mellor charts all the new foods Mya eats to keep track of her reactions. She hasn’t introduced eggs and peanuts, considered highly allergenic foods, but may do so soon. Experts disagree about when it is best to begin feeding babies allergenic foods.
Cheryl Mellor feeds breakfast to her 10-month-old daughter, Mya. Cheryl suffers from food allergies but hopes a cautious approach to feeding her daughter will help her avoid the same condition.
Mya Mellor, 10 months old, picks up toast with homemade fruit preserves while eating breakfast with her mother, Cheryl Mellor. Mellor followed her pediatrician's advice to introduce new foods individually to see if her daughter had a reaction. So far, she has not demonstrated any food allergies.
Cheryl Mellor holds up a bowl of butternut squash balls she created with whole-grain oatmeal for her 10-month-old daughter, Mya Mellor. Mellor makes all her daughter’s baby food to avoid the hidden and undesirable ingredients in commercially produced baby food.
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