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Starting on Solids with Hilaria Baldwin

Discover tips for starting your little one on solids from mom Hilaria Baldwin.

If you're ready to introduce your baby to new tastes and textures, explore our Earth's Best®  cerealsjars, and puree pouches.

Infant Feeding Schedule

A suggested feeding schedule from birth to 12 months of age, developed with pediatrician Dr. Harold Raucher.

Starting Your Baby On Fruits And Vegetables

Starting Your Baby On Fruits And Vegetables.

Nutrition Tips with Kate Geagan: The Importance of Healthy Eating

Earth's Best® Nutritionist Kate Geagan discusses the importance of healthy eating for children. 

Hear What Pediatricians Are Saying about the Benefits of Organic for Children

At the 2012 American Academy of Pediatrics conference Earth's Best® expert, and certified nutritionist Kate Geagan spoke with pediatricians about the benefits of organic for children. Hear what they had to say!

Nutrition Tips with Kate Geagan: The Importance of Whole Grains

Earth's Best® Nutritionist Kate Geagan shares the importance of whole grains in a child's diet.

Nutrition Tips with Kate Geagan: The Importance of Vitamins A and C

Earth's Best® Nutritionist Kate Geagan shares why vitamins A and C are so important, and her tips for how to incorporate them into your child's diet!

Earth's Best Guide To Feeding Your Child Their First Food

Earth's Best Nutritionist Kate Geagan MS, RD, America's Green Nutritionist guides you with a few helpful tips to consider when feeding your baby their first solid foods.

The Benefits of Organic Formula

For parents who choose formula, find out more about the benefits of choosing a certified organic formula for your baby. 

Does Your Child Need Allergy Free Options?

Sept. 6, 2016|

Our guide to navigating food allergies, food sensitivities and a whole lot more. 

The Delicious Benefits of Family Meals

Sept. 6, 2016|

How making mealtimes a priority can have a lifetime of positive benefits for your little one.

A Beautiful Mind: 4 Essential Brain-Boosting Nutrients for Baby

Sept. 1, 2016|

Here are the 4 nutrients in that can help ensure your child has everything she needs to thrive during this stage and beyond.

Why Organic? 4 Reasons Why Organics is Good for Baby... and Our World

Sept. 1, 2016|

Some of of the most important ways we believe the power of organic products can help sow the seeds for children, communities, and a world—the pure way.

How to Shop Organic (and Save!) on a Budget

Sept. 1, 2016|

Our guide of where to prioritize - as well as how to find the savings - so your organic buys give you the biggest bang for the buck.

Our Nutritionist's Top Tips for Good Digestion

July 28, 2016|

Some of our nutritionist's top tips to help set your child on a path to good digestion.

A Perfect Formula to Choosing a Formula

With a wide selection of formulas on the market, how do you decide on the best option for your baby? We break down the different types of formulas in this article.

Eating To Power the Brain

A child's nourishment during the first years of life is essential for proper growth and development, including a child's brain which continues to grow and develop...

The Importance of Nutrition When Pregnant

Good nutrition is an important component of a healthy lifestyle and a healthy baby. The best time to review your nutritional status to make appropriate changes is prior to conception. A very important time of fetal development is during the first several weeks of pregnancy when many women may not even realize they are pregnant. The nutritional changes that should occur prior to pregnancy must be individualized based on your medical status, weight and eating habits.

Deciphering the Label: USDA Certified Organic

Product labels these days have a lot going on. From “natural” to “organic,” “gluten-free” to “GMO-free,” it can be a little tricky to decipher what it all means. You’ve probably noticed the green-and-white logo with “USDA Organic” emblazoned on it on your favorite products at the market, but what does that little label really mean? We’ve got the scoop on decoding organics in our guide to making sense of “certified organic” labeling.

Nutrition & Feeding Guidelines - Breast Milk or Formula

Breast Milk or Formula. Remember that baby relies on breast milk or formula as the primary source of nutrition until at least 12 months of age.

Nutrition & Feeding Guidelines For Your Baby - A Solid Start

By 6 months, it seems like everything goes into their mouths! Your baby now has a delightfully improved ability to communicate. Communication is important when starting solids.

Nutrition & Feeding Guidelines For Your Baby - Chunkier Chews

The move to solids progresses rapidly now at 7-9 months. Babies begin to chew with an up and down movement of the jaw, replacing the sucking motion.

Nutrition & Feeding Guidelines For Your Baby - Transition to the Table

By now, your baby has mastered the pincer grasp. Your baby can hold and manipulate the bottle; they imitate those around them and prefer chewing instead of sucking. Now they can feed themselves while you watch!

Nutrition & Feeding Guidelines For Your Baby

During a baby’s first year they will triple their birth weight and increase in length by 50%. To fuel their amazing physical and mental development, eating...

Baby Development Guide

During the first year of your baby's life every moment is special: from the first smile to the first step. Use our baby development guide to learn about some of the...

The Importance of Protein

To facilitate normal growth and development, babies require plenty of high quality protein. During the early months, breast milk and formula...

Infant Food Allergies

Every parents wants to minimize the potential risk that their child may develop food allergies. But, while it may "feel" right to delay introduction out of an abundance of caution, you may be surprised to discover that such advices is outdated.

Bed Time Routine Basics

If you have kids, you know the bedtime struggle is real. If time-consuming, drama-filled bedtimes are a norm in your house, consider making just a few simple changes to your child’s bedtime routine to bring some much-needed peace and order to your family’s evenings.

New Traditions To Start This Father's Day

If you’re a father, you know the third Sunday in June each year is all about you, and for good reason! Father’s Day is a chance to celebrate all the amazing ways fathers enrich the lives of their families, and to spend the day being spoiled.

The Dirty Decision: All You Need to Know About Diapers

There are many joys to having a new baby: the smell of their little head; their adorable tiny body; their sweet little baby snuggles. I’m willing to bet that the sheer volume of dirty diapers your tiny newborn produces is probably not a source of that baby bliss! Fortunately for us parents, there are many diaper options to contain the mess, including cloth, eco-friendly disposables, conventional disposables and even hybrid options.

Baby Food Jar Crafts

Give your recycling bin a break! Pull out all those Earth's Best® baby food jars and use these miniature disposables as an awesome vehicle for creativity and fun. Whether crafting with a young child, making something to brighten a room, or give as a gift, there are many ways to repurpose these miniature jars into something more lasting.

Farm To Table: The Evolution of a Food Trend

Sit down at just about any trendy restaurant these days and chances are the menu makes some mention of “locally sourced" or "sustainable” ingredients, often wrapped up together under the umbrella term of “farm-to-table.” No doubt the thought of all-American, honest farmers, personally bringing their crisp, fresh produce and meat from humanely cared for and killed livestock directly to the restaurant itself is appealing, but how did it become a ubiquitous part the foodie lexicon?

Picking the Right Extracurricular For Your Kid

Sports and extracurricular activities are a wonderful way for your children to make friends, improve their social skills, and learn to set personal goals. These days there are seemingly endless options to pick from – and finding the right one can greatly impact the quality of the experience. But how do you know which activity is right for your child? We’ve got a few steps to help you navigate the decision making process.

Crafts for Keeping Kids Busy During A Rainy Day

Rainy days take on a whole new meaning when you have kids at home. It’s fun to get a little extra family time together ... until approximately hour three, when the boredom kicks in. (Does the exclamation “I’m bored!” from your kids strike fear in your heart the way it does mine?)

Baby Food: Jars, Pouches, or Both?

Many parents choose certified USDA organic food for their little ones to ensure they enjoy nourishment without artificial colors, flavors or preservatives. Organic foods are grown without the use of potentially harmful pesticides and genetically modified organisms. As a parent, you've probably thought a lot about the food you give your child. But have you thought much about the container it comes in? You've probably noticed the proliferation of baby food products in pouches. Maybe it's got you wondering whether pouches are better than jars. As it happens, each has benefits when it comes to helping your child learn good eating habits. Here's the story:

Extend The Life Of Your Fruit

Fruit is an important part of your family’s diet. The nutritional benefits are endless; fruits are a great source of fiber, vitamins, and antioxidants. According to Harvard University, a diet rich in fruits and veggies can help prevent everything from heart disease and stroke, to cancer and cataracts.

Good Fats for an Infant's and Toddler's Healthy Growth and Development

Did you know that fat is one of the core macronutrients that your toddler needs for proper growth and development? The topic of fat in your infant’s and toddler’s diet is one that parents need to understand since fats are essential in their child's diet. “Fat” is classified as saturated, mono- unsaturated, poly- unsaturated and trans- fatty acids according to the structure and length of the fatty acid composition. Within each of these fatty acid classes, there are specific fatty acids: for example, omega-3 and omega-6 are two different polyunsaturated fatty acids, known as DHA, EPA and ALA and as LA, respectively.

Does Your Child Need Allergy Free Options?

Sept. 6, 2016|

Our guide to navigating food allergies, food sensitivities and a whole lot more. 

The Delicious Benefits of Family Meals

Sept. 6, 2016|

How making mealtimes a priority can have a lifetime of positive benefits for your little one.

A Beautiful Mind: 4 Essential Brain-Boosting Nutrients for Baby

Sept. 1, 2016|

Here are the 4 nutrients in that can help ensure your child has everything she needs to thrive during this stage and beyond.

Why Organic? 4 Reasons Why Organics is Good for Baby... and Our World

Sept. 1, 2016|

Some of of the most important ways we believe the power of organic products can help sow the seeds for children, communities, and a world—the pure way.

How to Shop Organic (and Save!) on a Budget

Sept. 1, 2016|

Our guide of where to prioritize - as well as how to find the savings - so your organic buys give you the biggest bang for the buck.

Our Nutritionist's Top Tips for Good Digestion

July 28, 2016|

Some of our nutritionist's top tips to help set your child on a path to good digestion.

A Perfect Formula to Choosing a Formula

With a wide selection of formulas on the market, how do you decide on the best option for your baby? We break down the different types of formulas in this article.

Eating To Power the Brain

A child's nourishment during the first years of life is essential for proper growth and development, including a child's brain which continues to grow and develop...

The Importance of Nutrition When Pregnant

Good nutrition is an important component of a healthy lifestyle and a healthy baby. The best time to review your nutritional status to make appropriate changes is prior to conception. A very important time of fetal development is during the first several weeks of pregnancy when many women may not even realize they are pregnant. The nutritional changes that should occur prior to pregnancy must be individualized based on your medical status, weight and eating habits.

Deciphering the Label: USDA Certified Organic

Product labels these days have a lot going on. From “natural” to “organic,” “gluten-free” to “GMO-free,” it can be a little tricky to decipher what it all means. You’ve probably noticed the green-and-white logo with “USDA Organic” emblazoned on it on your favorite products at the market, but what does that little label really mean? We’ve got the scoop on decoding organics in our guide to making sense of “certified organic” labeling.

Nutrition & Feeding Guidelines - Breast Milk or Formula

Breast Milk or Formula. Remember that baby relies on breast milk or formula as the primary source of nutrition until at least 12 months of age.

Nutrition & Feeding Guidelines For Your Baby - A Solid Start

By 6 months, it seems like everything goes into their mouths! Your baby now has a delightfully improved ability to communicate. Communication is important when starting solids.

Nutrition & Feeding Guidelines For Your Baby - Chunkier Chews

The move to solids progresses rapidly now at 7-9 months. Babies begin to chew with an up and down movement of the jaw, replacing the sucking motion.

Nutrition & Feeding Guidelines For Your Baby - Transition to the Table

By now, your baby has mastered the pincer grasp. Your baby can hold and manipulate the bottle; they imitate those around them and prefer chewing instead of sucking. Now they can feed themselves while you watch!

Nutrition & Feeding Guidelines For Your Baby

During a baby’s first year they will triple their birth weight and increase in length by 50%. To fuel their amazing physical and mental development, eating...

Baby Development Guide

During the first year of your baby's life every moment is special: from the first smile to the first step. Use our baby development guide to learn about some of the...

The Importance of Protein

To facilitate normal growth and development, babies require plenty of high quality protein. During the early months, breast milk and formula...

Infant Food Allergies

Every parents wants to minimize the potential risk that their child may develop food allergies. But, while it may "feel" right to delay introduction out of an abundance of caution, you may be surprised to discover that such advices is outdated.

Bed Time Routine Basics

If you have kids, you know the bedtime struggle is real. If time-consuming, drama-filled bedtimes are a norm in your house, consider making just a few simple changes to your child’s bedtime routine to bring some much-needed peace and order to your family’s evenings.

New Traditions To Start This Father's Day

If you’re a father, you know the third Sunday in June each year is all about you, and for good reason! Father’s Day is a chance to celebrate all the amazing ways fathers enrich the lives of their families, and to spend the day being spoiled.

The Dirty Decision: All You Need to Know About Diapers

There are many joys to having a new baby: the smell of their little head; their adorable tiny body; their sweet little baby snuggles. I’m willing to bet that the sheer volume of dirty diapers your tiny newborn produces is probably not a source of that baby bliss! Fortunately for us parents, there are many diaper options to contain the mess, including cloth, eco-friendly disposables, conventional disposables and even hybrid options.

Baby Food Jar Crafts

Give your recycling bin a break! Pull out all those Earth's Best® baby food jars and use these miniature disposables as an awesome vehicle for creativity and fun. Whether crafting with a young child, making something to brighten a room, or give as a gift, there are many ways to repurpose these miniature jars into something more lasting.

Farm To Table: The Evolution of a Food Trend

Sit down at just about any trendy restaurant these days and chances are the menu makes some mention of “locally sourced" or "sustainable” ingredients, often wrapped up together under the umbrella term of “farm-to-table.” No doubt the thought of all-American, honest farmers, personally bringing their crisp, fresh produce and meat from humanely cared for and killed livestock directly to the restaurant itself is appealing, but how did it become a ubiquitous part the foodie lexicon?

Picking the Right Extracurricular For Your Kid

Sports and extracurricular activities are a wonderful way for your children to make friends, improve their social skills, and learn to set personal goals. These days there are seemingly endless options to pick from – and finding the right one can greatly impact the quality of the experience. But how do you know which activity is right for your child? We’ve got a few steps to help you navigate the decision making process.

Crafts for Keeping Kids Busy During A Rainy Day

Rainy days take on a whole new meaning when you have kids at home. It’s fun to get a little extra family time together ... until approximately hour three, when the boredom kicks in. (Does the exclamation “I’m bored!” from your kids strike fear in your heart the way it does mine?)

Baby Food: Jars, Pouches, or Both?

Many parents choose certified USDA organic food for their little ones to ensure they enjoy nourishment without artificial colors, flavors or preservatives. Organic foods are grown without the use of potentially harmful pesticides and genetically modified organisms. As a parent, you've probably thought a lot about the food you give your child. But have you thought much about the container it comes in? You've probably noticed the proliferation of baby food products in pouches. Maybe it's got you wondering whether pouches are better than jars. As it happens, each has benefits when it comes to helping your child learn good eating habits. Here's the story:

Extend The Life Of Your Fruit

Fruit is an important part of your family’s diet. The nutritional benefits are endless; fruits are a great source of fiber, vitamins, and antioxidants. According to Harvard University, a diet rich in fruits and veggies can help prevent everything from heart disease and stroke, to cancer and cataracts.

Good Fats for an Infant's and Toddler's Healthy Growth and Development

Did you know that fat is one of the core macronutrients that your toddler needs for proper growth and development? The topic of fat in your infant’s and toddler’s diet is one that parents need to understand since fats are essential in their child's diet. “Fat” is classified as saturated, mono- unsaturated, poly- unsaturated and trans- fatty acids according to the structure and length of the fatty acid composition. Within each of these fatty acid classes, there are specific fatty acids: for example, omega-3 and omega-6 are two different polyunsaturated fatty acids, known as DHA, EPA and ALA and as LA, respectively.

Starting on Solids with Hilaria Baldwin

Discover tips for starting your little one on solids from mom Hilaria Baldwin.

If you're ready to introduce your baby to new tastes and textures, explore our Earth's Best®  cerealsjars, and puree pouches.

Starting Your Baby On Fruits And Vegetables

Starting Your Baby On Fruits And Vegetables.

Nutrition Tips with Kate Geagan: The Importance of Healthy Eating

Earth's Best® Nutritionist Kate Geagan discusses the importance of healthy eating for children. 

Hear What Pediatricians Are Saying about the Benefits of Organic for Children

At the 2012 American Academy of Pediatrics conference Earth's Best® expert, and certified nutritionist Kate Geagan spoke with pediatricians about the benefits of organic for children. Hear what they had to say!

Nutrition Tips with Kate Geagan: The Importance of Whole Grains

Earth's Best® Nutritionist Kate Geagan shares the importance of whole grains in a child's diet.

Nutrition Tips with Kate Geagan: The Importance of Vitamins A and C

Earth's Best® Nutritionist Kate Geagan shares why vitamins A and C are so important, and her tips for how to incorporate them into your child's diet!

Earth's Best Guide To Feeding Your Child Their First Food

Earth's Best Nutritionist Kate Geagan MS, RD, America's Green Nutritionist guides you with a few helpful tips to consider when feeding your baby their first solid foods.

The Benefits of Organic Formula

For parents who choose formula, find out more about the benefits of choosing a certified organic formula for your baby. 

Infant Feeding Schedule

A suggested feeding schedule from birth to 12 months of age, developed with pediatrician Dr. Harold Raucher.