|File Size||4 MB|
|System Requirements||Compatible with iPhone, iPod Touch, and iPad. Requires iOS 3.1 or later. iTunes account required|
As a qualified nutritionist I regularly advise mums on what are the best foods to get their baby started on without provoking any negative reactions. The kind of food and when it is introduced plays a major role in the likelihood of the baby developing illness in the longer term. Parents who have eczema, asthma and allergies need to be especially careful when starting their baby on solid foods. Its important that the introduction of solids start at the right time. There are issues with starting too early and issues with starting too late, both discussed in this app. We have put together a comprehensive list of healthy foods to introduce to baby month by month. Most importantly weve listed the foods that should be avoided and what age they can be safely introduced. Good health starts with prevention and knowing what foods are healthiest for your baby is the best start in life you can give them. Baby Nutrition has the following features: All content created by a qualified nutritionist Detailed info on breastfeeding and formula Detailed info on what solids to introduce and when Detailed info on what solids to avoid and when to introduce these Description of each of the foods listed, explaining how to prepare and their nutritional benefits Tips section Recipes for each stage of weaning Ability to add foods and recipes to your favourites and then filter on your favourites Search screen where you can search the recipes either by ingredients or title Shopping list section with the ability to email the shopping list Ability to add recipe ingredients to your shopping list Simple to use Our apps are continually growing, we'll be adding new features and recipes with each update. If there is anything you would like to see in the next update, please drop us an email at firstname.lastname@example.org Coming soon: Ability to add your own recipes and a food log section where you can log the foods and amounts your baby is eating.