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Baby Knows Best: An Introduction to Baby Led Weaning (BLW)

Get all the accurate and up-to-date information about introducing complementary foods to your baby

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Are you about to start introducing complementary foods to your baby? Are you looking for accurate information but don't know if you can trust your online searches? Don't have time to read a whole book?

I wish I could get all my info at a single place online

What if there was one place you could get all the latest information about introducing complementary foods to your baby? What if the information was gathered and presented by a registered dietitian and backed by the latest peer-reviewed scientific articles? What if this information was presented in short bite-sized videos that can be watched from any device at any time of day?

Jessica Coll's Baby Led Weaning (BLW) Online Course

Welcome to the BLW online course. The one place online where you can get all the most accurate and up-to-date information about introducing complementary foods to your baby. Designed by a registered dietitian and mom with experience.

With BLW, babies feed themselves with whole foods starting at 6 months old. They skip the puree stage all together. Babies continue with their milk feeds as previously and they eat foods like omelettes, fresh fruit and soft meatballs. Learn how to get started with BLW and get all your questions answered by signing up for this online course.

PRECAUTIONS

Before doing Baby-Led Weaning (BLW) with your baby, it is important to proceed safely. Among other things, make sure that:

· your baby is ready and does not start too early

· your baby is sitting at 90 degrees

· you do not place food in his/her mouth with your fingers

· the environment is calm during meals

· you offer the right foods to your baby

· you watch your baby eat at all times

· you contact a pediatric registered dietitian to make sure you are proceeding safely


WARNING*

BLW is contraindicated for babies at risk of dysphagia, such as babies who have an anatomic disorder (cleft palate, tongue tie), a neurological disorder (developmental delay, hypotonia, oral hypotonia) or a genetic disorder. Follow-up by a health professional (doctor, pediatric registered dietitian) is necessary for babies at risk of anemia such as babies born prematurely, babies with low birth weight (less than 3000 g), worries related to growth, babies born to an anemic mother, baby for whom cow's milk was introduced early and/or a vegan baby.

*Cusson and Labonté, Baby-Led Weaning Conference, June 2018, Nutrium, Faculty of Medicine, University of Montreal



Your Instructor


Jessica Coll, RD, IBCLC, mom
Jessica Coll, RD, IBCLC, mom

Jessica Coll is a registered dietitian (RD), lactation consultant (IBCLC) and mom of 2 kids who did BLW. She is the creator of the oh-so-popular BLW workshops given to thousands of parents across North America. Jessica believes in the power of eating real foods, starting from their first bite.


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Frequently Asked Questions


When does the course start and finish?
The course starts now and never ends! It is a completely self-paced online course - you decide when you start and when you finish.
How long do I have access to the course?
How does lifetime access sound? After enrolling, you have unlimited access to this course for as long as you like - across any and all devices you own.
What if I am unhappy with the course?
We would never want you to be unhappy! If you are unsatisfied with your purchase, contact us in the first 30 days and we will give you a full refund.

The information found in this course is not intended to treat, diagnose or prevent disease and is provided solely for educational purposes. Always seek medical advice from the child's physician with any questions regarding a medical condition.

BLW is contraindicated for babies at risk of dysphagia, such as babies who have an anatomic disorder (cleft palate, tongue tie), a neurological disorder (developmental delay, hypotonia, oral hypotonia) or a genetic disorder. Follow-up by a health professional (doctor, pediatric registered dietitian) is necessary for babies at risk of anemia such as babies born prematurely, babies with low birth weight (less than 3000 g), worries related to growth, babies born to an anemic mother, baby for whom cow's milk was introduced early and/or a vegan baby.

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