Infant Nutrition Health Center

If you’re like most parents, you probably have a lot of questions about what you should be feeding your baby, especially if you’re new to this parenting business. Wondering whether to breastfeed or use formula? Wondering how often to nurse? Wondering when to start your baby on solid food?

Wondering what you feed should feed your baby to give her the best possible start on a life of great nutrition? You’ve come to the right place! Dr. Greene’s Nutrition for Babies & Infants Topic Center has got it covered.

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Starting Solids

Dr. Greene’s Answer: Congratulations on starting solids and beginning the feeding adventure! Children between four and six months of age who are already taking solid foods should be fed solids once or twice a day. The ideal timing for one of the feedings is thirty to sixty minutes before bedtime. This will produce the maximum …

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Articles

Dr. Greene gives a thorough explanation of iron deficiency, reflux, and other issues related to nutrition in infants.

Q&A Guides

Many new parents are curious about how often to feed their babies, and when to start solid foods. Dr. Greene shares his expert advice on how, what and when to feed in order to keep your baby happy and growing!

WhiteOut Campaign

Historically, the first solid food for many babies has been a simple white rice cereal. Metabolically it isn’t much better than ingesting pure sugar. Join the movement to start babies off with whole grains, benefitting their metabolism and their future health.

Infant Feeding

Research has shown that babies are more likely to eat foods that their mother ate during pregnancy. Babies can remember flavors from before birth! Learn about this and more ways to encourage a diet rich in fruits and vegetables from the earliest days.

Eating Organic

The organic movement supports both healthy bodies and a healthy environment, setting children up for success in their bodies and the world around them! Read on to learn more about the many benefits of organic food.

Breastfeeding

Breastfeeding can come with many questions and challenges. It is also rich with nutritional benefits. Dr. Greene shares his insight into common queries surrounding breastfeeding.