Weaning your baby onto solids: 0 to 3 years

Is it time to wean your baby onto solids? How about using taste education to ensure they like as many fruits and vegetables as possible? First introduced in France in the 40s, this educational technique makes the pleasure of eating well the central focus of this fun method. Check out the tips! 

Why teach babies to taste?

Taste education promotes pleasure and health, as well as reducing feelings of guilt.

While specialists recommend this technique for children under three (as it's easier when they're young), don't feel guilty if you start later. It's never too late! The more you expand your baby's food preferences, the more you reduce the risk of obesity. As an adult, they will develop a desire to make healthy food choices. By teaching your baby to taste different foods, you are introducing them to an infinite range of senses that conjure up emotions that stay ingrained in their sensory memory for life.

Tasting a type of food without combining it with anything else, so your child learns to recognize it, as well as refining their personal tastes by combining this type of food with another are relatively simple taste education techniques.

In practice? Make weaning your little one easy with the Nutribaby+! The only baby food processor that retains all the flavors and nutritional benefits of food thanks to its separate steam baskets and cooking water vessel.

Give them as many vegetables as possible to taste, making sure you vary the flavors, textures and visual presentation of the food on their plate with the easy-to-use Nutribaby.

‘With the Nutribaby, your baby/child can enjoy eating everything!’