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SIT-CHOP-CHEW-WATCH:

A 4 Steps Guide to Reduce the Risk of Babies and Toddlers Choking at Mealtimes

From someone who also felt ANXIOUS about my baby possibly choking when we first started solids, I know what it's like to fear each bite your baby takes...but it doesn't have to be this way.

 

You can gain the knowledge and the confidence to help reduce your baby's risk of choking and help you have peace of mind at mealtimes.

What's included: A forever yours 22-page downloadable PDF Guide

With this guide, you’ll learn:

  • The difference between gagging and choking

  • How to deal with gagging

  • How to deal with choking

  • Basic steps to prevent choking during meals

  • The top choking hazard foods for babies and toddlers

  • Safe food sizes and shapes for babies and toddlers

This guide is a great option for your family if:

  • Your child is between 6 months to 3 years old of age

  • Your child is a baby or a toddler who is eating or transitioning to finger foods

  • You're anxious about offering finger foods, gagging, and choking

  • You want to be proactive in reducing your child's risk of choking at mealtimes

 

WHAT OTHER PARENTS ARE SAYING...

 

Arielle,

baby Emmie's Mom

One of my biggest fears and concerns has always been choking. It’s still a fear I deal with, however, by learning about the gag reflex and with Priscila's support, I am able to give my daughter foods that I know are appropriate for her age and that are also full of the nutrients she is needs.

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If we haven't met yet...

 

Hi! I'm Pri ("Pree").👋🏽I’m so glad you made it to this page. 

As a dietitian and a mom, I have a passion for helping other mamas feed their babies with joy and confidence from the very first bite. There are so many opinions and resources out there, sometimes confusing parents and making feeding more complicated than it should be.

When I first started looking for resources to help me start solids with my son, I realized how some of the recommendations about feeding babies can be intimidating to parents, and can hinder, rather than encourage, a our desire to feed our baby the best way possible. 

Every family is different, and you have the say so when it comes to how to feed your baby, mama. But I'm here to help you, support you, and share with you the knowledge you need to be confident in your feeding choices!

Priscila Cleary, Dietitian and Mom of Two

You've got questions, I've got answers.

Is this guide only applicable to babies starting solids?


No. The information you'll find inside of this guide is applicable to children ages 6 month through 3 years old.




Am I going to learn baby choking first aid in this guide?


General considerations and education will be given regarding what to do if you think your baby is choking, but the information in this guide does NOT replace a infat choking first aid or infant CPR training or certification. Information about where you can get furher education and training will be provided. This guide also does NOT replace medical recommendations. We always recommend to consult with your medical provider regarding questions or concerns about your child's health.




What is your refund policy?


Given the nature of downloadable digital items, we do not offer refunds on purchases. If you are unhappy with your purchase, please let us know and we will do our best to make things right.




How do I know the information in this guide is accurate?


We’re committed to presenting evidence-based information – even when the research doesn’t fit how we want it to. We’re guided by science, not dogma. The information inside of this guide follow guidelines and recommendations from well-trusted and reputable organizations such as the Centers for Disease Coltrol and Prevention (CDC) and the American Academy of Pediatricsi. You’ll find references in the appendix, with each one linked within the guide so you can see the exact studies we source our information from.





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The SIT-CHOP-CHEW-WATCH! A 4-Step Guide to Reduce the Risk of Babies and Toddlers Choking at Meals covers everything you need for dealing with gagging, reducing the risk of choking during mealtimes, and offering safe food sizes and shapes to your child.

 

It contains 22 pages of evidence-based advice that empowers you with the resources to make the best nutrition decisions for your growing little one and help you have peace of mind at the table.