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To spoon or not to spoon?

To spoon or not to spoon?

von Jaclyn Schnau

Not only what we feed our little ones is important, the way we do this matters as well. In this article we compare the advantages and disadvantages of the traditional spoon feeding method with the baby-led weaning approach. We also explain why we suggest to combine them and why we designed and developed our very special quetschie spoon in the way it is.
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How to get your little one to love veggies

How to get your little one to love veggies

von Jaclyn Schnau

The previous article helped us understand the underlying reason why our tiny tots are not always born vegetable lovers. Now it’s time for the positive: How can we make our little ones fall in love with veggies? 

Well first of all, the good news is that: Good taste is learnable!

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Why is it so challenging to get your little one to like veggies?

Why is it so challenging to get your little one to like veggies?

von Jaclyn Schnau

Having problems getting your little one to enjoy non-sweet things like veggies? Don’t worry, you’re not the only one. Luckily, there are a lot of ways to overcome this (one of which is patience), but first, let’s focus on the problem...

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The first 1000 days: The impact of early nutrition on babies

The first 1000 days: The impact of early nutrition on babies

von Jaclyn Schnau

Doctors and midwives agree that what babies eat, determines their food preferences as they grow older. "Metabolic imprinting or Metabolic programming" refers to the phenomenon of programing the metabolism of a baby during gestation and the first 1000 days with nutritious food which significantly impacts its health and wellbeing throughout his lifetime. 
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