• Dr. Sara Vivona

Introducing Foods To Your Baby


The goal for introducing foods to your baby is to introduce as high quality, nutrient dense foods as you can. Overall you want to introduce lots of good quality fats, easily digestible proteins and good veggies.

All foods should be introduce one at a time to detect potential upsets. Once foods are successfully introduced they should be rotated so that the baby in not eating the same meal day after day. This will also prevent future food sensitivities. If you eat the same foods without rotation you are more likely to exhaust your natural enzymes that digest these food. Without enzymes, foods won't be digested and will becomes a trigger for the immune system to attack. Aka food sensitivities and allergies.

Homemade Baby Food Recipes

Chicken & Squash Dinner

Bake chicken in good quality broth with butter and sea salt.

Steam squash.

Mix chicken and squash in a blender when both are still warm.

Add enough broth and butter to make smooth and completely pureed.

Split into containers and freeze

Turkey & Broccoli Dinner

Bake turkey in good quality broth with butter and sea salt.

Steam broccoli.

Mix turkey and broccoli in a blender when both are still warm.

Add enough broth and butter to make smooth and completely pureed.

Split into containers and freeze

Beef Roast & Carrot Dinner

Bake beef in good quality broth with butter and sea salt.

Steam carrots.

Mix beef and carrots in a blender when both are still warm.

Add enough broth and butter to make smooth and completely pureed.

Split into containers and freeze

* all can be liquefied to the point of being a drink in a bottle.

Pro Tip: Add "food essentials" to everything you can to help each stage of development.

Food Essentials are

  • good quality liquid essential fatty acids (found at our clinic)

  • organic butter

  • organic raw milk

  • organic free range eggs

  • sea salt

  • stevia (the real stuff)

*you can also add these food essentials to make unhealthy foods, healthier. (jarred baby food)


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