Pediatrician Dr. Nimali Fernando (aka Dr. Yum) teaches you how to get your baby on the right track with adventurous, healthy, and easy first foods.
We break it down for 6 -9-month-olds, 9 - 12 month-olds, and 12-24 month-olds.
About this Webinar
Join Dr. Yum in the Dr. Yum Project Kitchen from anywhere in the world via LIVE WEBINAR to find out how your baby can establish a lifetime of eating healthy eating habits starting from the very first bites.
We will review how to start introducing baby food, how to make your own baby foods, and the latest trends and research in feeding babies. We will even cover some ideas for adventurous finger foods and show you how to adapt Doctor Yum's family recipes into foods for you little one. Class is led by Dr. Nimali Fernando (aka Dr. Yum), pediatrician, founder of The Doctor Yum Project and co-author of "Raising a Healthy, Happy Eater." Dr. Yum will answer YOUR questions during this LIVE webinar!
We will have a discussion for 60 minutes then 15+ minutes of questions.
The Dr. Yum Project is a 501c3 nonprofit organization that helps families make the connection between food and health. Proceeds from this webinar help us bring our programs to families in need. Visit www.doctoryum.org to find out more.
The information contained in this webinar and related materials is not a substitute for professional medical advice, diagnosis or treatment. If you have any concerns regarding the growth or feeding development of your child, or whether certain foods are appropriate for your child, make sure to discuss with your pediatrician.
Nimali Fernando, MD, MPH
Founder of The Dr. Yum Project
Nimali is a pediatrician practicing in Fredericksburg, VA and founder of the website doctoryum.org and The Doctor Yum Project. She graduated from the University of Pittsburgh school of Medicine and School of Public Health with an M.D. and Masters in Public Health. She completed residency and chief residency in Pediatrics at The University of Texas Health Sciences Center Houston and served there for two years as a Clinical Assistant Professor in the department of Pediatrics. In 2014 she opened Yum Pediatrics, a full service general pediatrics practice with a focus on wellness and prevention through a healthy diet. Yum Pediatrics shares a large teaching kitchen and teaching garden with The Doctor Yum Project. She is also co-author of the award-winning book, “Raising a Healthy, Happy Eater, a Parent’s Handbook” and "Dr. Yum's Preschool Food Adventure." She is also the co-creator of “The Picky Eater Course” a video course for raising healthy, happy eaters from birth to school age.