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TABLE OF CONTENTS

  • Foreword 1
  • Acknowledgments 5
  • Table of Contents 7
  • Part I: Age 0-6 Months, Breast Milk or Formula 11
  • Deciding to Breastfeed 12
  • Considering the Middle Ground 13
  • Myths and Misconceptions About Breastfeeding 14
  • Breast Feeding is a Choice 16
  • How-To: Breastfeeding Basics 17
  • How-To: Store Breast Milk 20
  • Selecting Nursing Pads 22
  • Buying Nursing Bras 23
  • Buying Breast Pumps 24
  • When to Stop Breastfeeding 26
  • Formula Isn’t “Second Rate” Nutrition 27
  • Putting Formula in Perspective 28
  • Whole Cow’s Milk 29
  • Modern Baby Formula 31
  • Selecting a Baby Formula 32
  • Ignore Advertising Hype 33
  • What Not to Ignore 33
  • Four Major Types of Formula 34
  • Cow’s Milk 34
  • Soy Based 35
  • Protein Hydrolysate 35
  • Specialty Formulas 35
  • Formula Product Formats 36
  • Powdered 36
  • Concentrated Liquid 37
  • Ready-to-Use 37
  • A Word on Water Supply 38
  • Buying Baby Bottles 42
  • How-To: Bottle Feeding Basics 45
  • Burping Your Baby 46
  • Part II – Age 6 Months – Introducing Solid Foods 49
  • Vegetarian, Vegan and Gluten Free Cooking 54
  • Watching for Food Allergies 55
  • Where to Feed the Baby 56
  • Considering Baby Food in Jars 57
  • Deciding on Organic Foods 59
  • Should You Buy Organic Produce? 60
  • Storing Homemade Baby Food 64
  • Part III -Your Child’s Nutritional Needs 69
  • Simple and Complex Carbohydrates 70
  • Soluble and Insoluble Fiber 71
  • Complete and Incomplete Proteins 72
  • Saturated, Unsaturated, and Trans Fats 74
  • Vitamins and Minerals 76
  • Iron 78
  • Calcium 78
  • The Scoop on Poop 81
  • Part IV – 12 to 24 Months 85
  • Evolving Eating Skills 86
  • Scheduled Meals and Snacks 87
  • How Much Food? 87
  • Teething 89
  • Eating Practices 89
  • Recipes? Not Really 91
  • Afterword 95
  • Relevant Websites 99
  • Frequently Asked Questions 101
  • Glossary 109
  • Index 115

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