What To Feed Your Baby



As a pediatrician and mother of three boys, Dr. Tanya Altmann knows that good nutrition is essential for healthy kids. But parents today are bombarded with confusing, and sometimes harmful, information. Nutritional guidelines are constantly changing, and parents don’t know who to trust for medically sound, proven advice that works.

In What to Feed Your Baby, Dr. Tanya cuts through the noise with a simple program that follows the safest, best practices for feeding babies and young children. She begins with the eleven foundation foods critical to brain development and growth—eggs, prunes, avocado, fish, yogurt/cheese/ milk, nuts, chicken/beans, fruit, green veggies, whole grains, and water—that should be the basis of every child’s diet in the three phases of their early life: infancy, toddler, and preschooler. She also offers guidance and information for introducing them into a child’s daily diet, and delicious, dietician-developed recipes that will help train young taste buds to enjoy and desire real, whole, non-processed foods.

With What to Feed Your Baby parents will save time, money, and stress—and say goodbye to picky eating!

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Preview: View 11 Foundational Foods Every Baby Needs infographic here


AriBrownMD“What to Feed your Baby offers practical and tasty ways to build a foundation of healthy eating habits for the entire family. A must-read for all parents!”
Ari Brown, MD
Pediatrician and author of the Baby 411 book series






harley-600x800“Healthy living starts with healthy eating, and the earlier we can teach our kids to eat well, the more likely they will grow up loving nutritious food. Dr. Tanya gives parents all the information they need to create healthy eating habits that will last a lifetime.”
Harley Pasternak, MSc
New York Times bestselling author of The Body Reset Diet







JenniferShuMD“What to Feed Your Baby whips together equal portions of facts and kid-friendly recipes for parents hoping to raise healthy eaters. Recommendations and list of 11 Foundation Foods provide an easy-to-follow guide for parents looking for advice and feeding schedules to help even the pickiest kids. This is a must-have book for every family’s dinner table!”
Jennifer Shu, MD
Co-author of Heading Home with Your Newborn and Food Fights






“Dr. Tanya helps parents make sense of early childhood nutrition, the newest feeding guidelines, and teaches how to help children have a healthy relationship with food. I love the chapter on raising vegetarian and vegan kids, and will have this informative, fun book within reach at all times!”
Dr. Jenn Berman Mann
Author of SuperBaby: 12 Ways to Give your Child a Head Start in the First 3 Yearsand host of VH1 Family Therapy with Dr. Jenn




natterson_cara“Dr. Tanya’s What to Feed Your Baby is the perfect mash-up: it is equal parts parenting handbook, developmental primer, cookbook, and memoir. All of the feeding facts you need are in there, plus recipes and strategies to make them practical. And while her advice is focused on kids, Tanya has packed her book with great nutrition information for the entire family.”
Cara Natterson, MD
New York Times bestselling author of The Care and Keeping of You 1: The Body Book for Younger Girls