Go Gourmet Baby!
    April 8, 2009
    Go Gourmet Baby!

    Studies are revealing that children who are fed diets of bland, tasteless food are more likely to have issues with weight. Unlike the jarred foods, homemade baby food is full of delicious fresh, whole…

    Appliance Choices for Making Baby Food
    April 7, 2009
    Appliance Choices for Making Baby Food

    When you start making baby food, you’ll need an appliance that will puree your baby’s food into a smooth, pudding-like texture. Here are the top three choices in pureeing appliances and some helpf…

    Time Saving Tips for Making Baby Food
    April 6, 2009
    Time Saving Tips for Making Baby Food

    The simplest and most convenient system for making baby food is to make large batches of food purees and freeze it in single serving cubes. Once you get started, it will take about 30 minutes per week…

    Baby food: home-made or from a jar?
    September 8, 2008
    Baby food: home-made or from a jar?

    Dr. Greene's Answer: Many of our long-term food preferences are formed from experiences early in life, as I describe in detail in my book Feeding Baby Green. I love teaching babies the sights, smells,…

    January 27, 2003
    Adjusting to Solids

    Dr. Greene's Answer : What a wonderful age of discovery--for your son and for you! At 9 1/2 months, many kids begin to reject soft purees and being spoon-fed; they  want to feed themselves. Thankfull…

    January 25, 2003
    Formula and Diarrhea

    Dr. Greene's Answer: There are several reasons a child could develop mild diarrhea from a formula based on cow's milk. There could be an intolerance to one of the proteins or perhaps, rarely, to the l…

    Stool Consistency
    January 21, 2003
    Baby’s Stool Consistency & Formula

    Dr. Greene's Answer: In general, soy formulas tend to produce firmer stools than other formulas, so they can be a great choice during a bout with diarrhea. In fact, there is a soy formula called Isomi…

    Feeding a Baby Honey
    January 12, 2003
    Feeding a Baby Honey

    Dr. Greene's Answer: If there is a question of immune deficiency, I like waiting longer. Otherwise, once kids have reached age 1, they are at dramatically lower risk for infant botulism (the reason we…

    April 26, 2002
    Are DHA and ARA Important in Baby Formula?

    Dr. Greene's Answer: Vpdot, You asked the right question! Breastfeeding is magnificent for babies. But In 1996, when my youngest son was nursing, his mother was diagnosed with breast cancer and nursin…

    January 8, 1999
    When Your Baby Won’t Eat Peas

    Dr. Greene's Answer: "My baby hates peas!" I can't tell you how many times I've heard it. In an exciting study of babies with a demonstrated dislike for peas (perhaps you can picture the expressive fa…