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Get Your Baby To LOVE Food (8 Tips to Make it Easy!)

In this video you’ll learn proven, effective tips to get your baby to love solid foods, and take the stress out of meal times. If you’re struggling to get your baby to eat, or they’re not enjoying meal times and solid foods, this video will help.

If you want your baby to love food, there are certain things you need to do before even trying to put it in their mouth. Skipping these essential steps makes introducing new foods extremely difficult. But when you do them, the process becomes much less stressful for everyone involved. And on top of that, your baby is much less likely to be a picky eater.

The tips you’ll learn in this video might also be just what you need to get your baby to eat food that they currently refuse to.

These are proven, evidence based approaches that work. By understanding your baby’s needs and approaching the process of introducing food in a way that’s comfortable for them you’ll make the process so much easier (and more effective!).

Oh, and these work for any approach to introducing solids – whether you use traditional methods, baby led weaning (BLW), or anything else. These are foundational steps that help all babies love food.

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