dr. yum’s baby food toolkit
free resources for clinicians, parents, and champions of first foods
For anyone involved in feeding little ones — whether that’s a parent, caregiver, family member, or friend — timely guidance can make it easier to navigate the ups and downs of each child’s feeding journey.
Clinicians can play an important role in providing families with credible education on feeding development but often lack the resources to do so.
That’s why the Dr. Yum Project, in collaboration with the Partnership for a Healthier America and a multidisciplinary team of child experts, teamed up to create free patient education handouts for clinicians with stage-by-stage anticipatory guidance on feeding development during pregnancy and from 0-15 months of age.
These Raising Adventurous Eaters with First Foods guides include proactive tips and practical activities to boost feeding development and build healthy habits at every stage of a child’s feeding journey.
Raising Adventurous Eaters with First Foods is an initiative of PHA’s Veggies Early & Often campaign, in collaboration with the Dr. Yum Project, which aims to raise a generation of adventurous eaters in partnership with health professionals, food manufacturers, and early childhood educators.