Making Organic Baby Food – Determine Baby’s Intolerances

    Published: 06-16-2009
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    Certified health counselor Lisa Wilson discusses organic baby food and how to determine your baby’s intolerances.

    Lisa Wilson

    Lisa Wilson is a Certified Health, Nutrition and Wellness Counselor and a Certified Fitness Trainer. She is the founder of Nourished, LLC and Parkfit, Outdoor Fitness for Women. She helps busy families incorporate healthy meals into their life on a regular basis. As the mother of three, Lisa is passionate about proper nourishment for growing children. She works with clients seeking weight loss, sugar reduction, cholesterol control, hormone balance, emotional issues, wellness, prevention, renewed energy and balance and more. Lisa offers individual and group counseling. Individuals are often referred to her practice by area doctors. She also offers a cooking class series in the home or office! The classes cover kitchen basics, intermediate classes and classes on stepping it up to ultimate health! Lisa earned her undergraduate degree from the College of Saint Benedict in Minnesota. She received her training as a Health Counselor through a program with Columbia University, at the Institute for Integrative Nutrition in Manhattan. She lives and works in McLean, Virginia.

    Hi. I am Lisa Wilson, Certified Health Counselor here in Northern Virginia. I specialize in family health. I help busy families make healthy food a regular part of their life. The babys first year, you are literally building the cells or the foundation to carry them through their entire life. I think proper nourishment at the first year is the greatest gift you can give your baby. When you are introducing your baby to new foods you want to go slowly. You want to introduce some of the same food three or four days in a row. This will allow you to pinpoint any intolerance your baby may have. Signs to look for when it comes to intolerance are redness around the mouth, the skin rash, irritability, gas, abdominal bloating, frequent waking during the night. If your baby has a severe reaction call your doctor immediately.