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  • If you are starting solids with your little one and concerned about choking, you are not alone. Choking appears to be the number one fear among parents when wanting to start their baby on solids.


    -Understanding the difference between "choking" and "gagging"

    -Being informed about safe food sizes & textures to offer your baby

    -Learning about what foods to avoid & how to modify and serve potential choking hazards safely

    - Knowing how to respond if your baby chokes

    -Safety checklist


    **This guide includes a section on "how to offer foods", with pictures and detailed explanations, showing how to cut and serve each food from the high-risk category

    STARTING SOLIDS: Top Ways To Stay Safe


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