First foods for baby with Megan Garcia | Fit Mama Real Food Radio Episode 71

Do you ever find that the more you know, the less you realize you might actually know?  Like, you learn something new, and then you continue to keep learning and realize you didn’t know as much as you thought in the beginning?

I find that happens so often, especially in the food realm.  I am in a constant state of learning, adjusting and pivoting and being totally cool with the fact that I can change directions as I learn more.

This happens in feeding my little ones too and learning more about first foods for baby.  I had such an amazing convo with Megan Garcia and learned about just how important meaty minerals are.

First foods for baby with Megan Garcia | Fit Mama Real Food Radio Episode 71

I knew meats and liver especially were really good and super nutrient dense for babies, but she turned me onto another rather simple food that I can offer to my little ones that helps her grow and gives her vital nutrients – bone marrow (You can see my roasted bone marrow bones pictured above)!

First foods for baby with Megan Garcia | Fit Mama Real Food Radio Episode 71

First foods for baby with Megan Garcia

In episode 71 of Fit Mama Real Food Radio Megan Garcia joins me to share her wealth of knowledge about feeding babies!  We chat about the importance of specific nutrients in babies first 1000 days, babies gut, skin issues, allergenic foods, nutrients on the macro and micro level and how the saying “foods before one are just for fun” is kind of not true.  If you are anywhere in the realm of feeding little ones, this episode is for you!

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XO

Heather

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