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Happy Baby Organic Probiotic Baby Cereal with DHA & Choline, Oatmeal, 7-Ounce Canisters (Pack of 6)

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  • Tamara,
    I love the article about baby cereal. I have tried following the WPF first foods and fed our adopted son egg yolk and 4 months and he LOVED it! He is now almost 9 months and has yet to have any grains and very little sugar (except for a morsel or two of homemade baked goods). I am holding off giving my son any grains until at least a year old.
    He also eats the WPF homemade formula 🙂 and is a wonderfully advanced, extremely healthy and very happy boy (non- vaxed)who has not been sick since he was born.
    I also am trying to stay away from GMO products and something like Cheerios, I am not sure if there are GMO ingredients and of course, GMOs are not labeled. Thank you for this post- I will share 🙂

    Hello! I loved this article and found it very informative. I have just recently began the primitive/real food diet and have been busy researching the best foods to begin my baby on in a few months when she begins solids. I am curious however how quinoa is classified. I recently stumbled across organic/GMO free baby quinoa cereal and thought about getting some, but I”m not sure if that’s a grain also? I figured by the time baby is old enough to have grains, she should be able to actually eat cooked quinoa and wouldn’t necessarily need it in a powdered form unless I was trying to thicken up something or mix it into a breakfast concoction. I was hoping someone could clarify if this would be safe to start before baby’s molars come in?

  • Hello! I loved this article and found it very informative. I have just recently began the primitive/real food diet and have been busy researching the best foods to begin my baby on in a few months when she begins solids. I am curious however how quinoa is classified. I recently stumbled across organic/GMO free baby quinoa cereal and thought about getting some, but I”m not sure if that’s a grain also? I figured by the time baby is old enough to have grains, she should be able to actually eat cooked quinoa and wouldn’t necessarily need it in a powdered form unless I was trying to thicken up something or mix it into a breakfast concoction. I was hoping someone could clarify if this would be safe to start before baby’s molars come in?

    Tamara,
    I love the article about baby cereal. I have tried following the WPF first foods and fed our adopted son egg yolk and 4 months and he LOVED it! He is now almost 9 months and has yet to have any grains and very little sugar (except for a morsel or two of homemade baked goods). I am holding off giving my son any grains until at least a year old.
    He also eats the WPF homemade formula 🙂 and is a wonderfully advanced, extremely healthy and very happy boy (non- vaxed)who has not been sick since he was born.
    I also am trying to stay away from GMO products and something like Cheerios, I am not sure if there are GMO ingredients and of course, GMOs are not labeled. Thank you for this post- I will share 🙂

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    Gerber Multigrain Baby Cereal, 16 Ounce
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  • Golden Country Baby Cereals
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    So amazing how far we have come from real food. We should be feeding our children the realest (probably not a word), most nutrient dense food we can possibly find. Instead we feed them pure junk. I have eight children and have never really done the baby cereal thing. It seemed so counter-intuitive–and these was even before I was really aware of Traditional Foods. I researched it a bit recently for a friend and found that “Single Grain” rice cereal actually had GMO rice, GMO soy and GMO corn. So sad. *sigh* labeling…..

NESTLÉ GERBER Baby Cereals are 100% wholesome.

I loved discovering that I can make homemade baby rice cereal! When you ask others what they fed their baby’s first, most people say, rice cereal. But no one seems to know why or if it’s even nutritionally good for the baby. So, when I started feeding Everett I started searching out answers to a lot of the whys behind rice cereal.