Nutrition: Baby and Beyond (cont.)
Moderator: Dr. Paula, we are almost out of time. Before we wrap up for today, do you have any final comments for us?
Dr. Paula: Food for thought: There are so many pitfalls and potential errors to be made in raising our children that sometimes we miss the mark in the key components of parenting and that is to pay attention to our child's needs above the needs of convenience and time-saving and to make the most joy of every interaction. You will never regret the time you spent on this. And last, never mistake calories for nutrition.
Moderator: Here are some other tips from Dr. Paula's Good Nutrition Guide for Babies, Toddlers, and Preschoolers.
Dr. Paula's Ten Commandments of Nutrition
1. Thou shall not confuse love with food.
The Four Types of Eaters
Generally, your child will arrive in this world fitting more or less into one of the following categories:
Moderator: Thank you Dr. Paula, and thank you members for joining us today. For more information, please read Dr. Paula's Good Nutrition Guide for Babies, Toddlers, and Preschoolers: Answers to Parent's Most Common Questions Plus Help for Coping with Fussy Eaters, as well as Dr. Paula's House Calls to Your Newborn.
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