First foods. Introducing solids. Weaning

Whether you have lots of support around you or family and friends far away, the process of introducing solids can be daunting as a new parent. There is loads of information on the internet but how can you be sure that it is what is best for baby and how can you find the time to read it all around the endless feeding, nappies and washing?

I designed my weaning course after I had had my first child. I am a Registered Nutritionist and learnt about weaning at university but the process of actually feeding my son was an eye opener. I don’t pretend to know everything but I will give you the evidenced based advice in line with the NHS recommendations as well as giving you plenty of practical tips to help too. We will talk about what influences your child’s diet, what equipment you might need (and what you don’t need!), what your child needs to be healthy and more.

The course is run over 3 sessions each an hour and a half long. I run courses for small groups of parents. The next course is due to start on 20th June in Withington, Manchester. The course is just £45 for the 3 sessions. If you think this is a lot, think about the money you will save not buying all the unnecessary things.

One mum recently said: I highly recommend Aliya’s course. 🙂 Very engaging and a much easier way to take in the information than reading websites and parenting forums, which tend to give slightly conflicting information. The other half and I both enjoyed the sessions, and I felt more confident with my decisions afterwards. My baby’s 12 months old now and we still refer back to her notes sometimes. I also liked the personalised approach that took into account the foods we liked.

To join the course click here and fill in the contact form.

Published by Aliya Porter

An experienced Registered Nutritionist helping you to live healthily without breaking the bank or chaining you to the kitchen.

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