Author(s): Karin Knight
A jar of commercial banana baby food may contain as little as 30 percent fruit by weight. With statistics like this popping up every day, preparing homemade food for your baby is more important than ever. And it doesn't require nearly the amount of time or effort you may think. With The Best Baby Food on the Planet, you'll learn how to quickly and easily create delicious, nutritious meals for your child that will save you both time and peace of mind (and a little money too!). From Carrot Papaya Yogurt to Green Eggs and Ham, busy parents will find hundreds of healthy recipes for their children to delight in. Designed in any easy to use, month by month format, you'll find recipes for every age and stage, from nutrient rich pureed foods for your baby to tasty finger foods for your toddler. Best of all, each recipe provides up to date nutritional information, so you can be sure you're giving your child the best possible start.
"Making your own delicious and nutritious baby food could not be easier as this lovely book explains. I can't think of a better or more enjoyable way to start a baby on a lifetime of happy and healthy eating exploration than to mash and puree your way through every one of these recipes. You will want to eat these foods too!"-Marion Nestle, Ph.D., Professor of Nutrition, Food Studies, and Public Health at New York University, and author of "What to Eat"
Karin Knight, R.N., is co author of the best selling book The Baby Cookbook (more than 43,000 copies sold) and 1 2 3 Cook for Me. Before turning cooking into an occupation, she spent twenty five years working as a registered nurse. She currently resides in Montana with her husband. Tina Ruggiero, M.S., R.D., The Gourmet Nutritionist, is a sought after nutritionist whose writing has appeared in such magazines as Family, Men's Health, Elegant Bride, and First for Women. Tina runs her own nutrition consultancy and blog (www.voiceofreason.net) and is a Nutrition Correspondent for WFLA News Channel 8 in Tampa Bay, FL, where she appears on the syndicated news show Daytime, which touches nearly 20 million viewers.