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Maternal and Child Health Nurses

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Maternal and Child Health Nurses

Maternal and Child Health Nurses

Australian Eggs have created a suite of collateral for Maternal and Child Health Nurses to provide to their clients. This is because it’s often challenging and confusing for parents to know where and how to start introducing their infant to solid foods, as well as making family friendly meals everyone can eat.

Below you’ll find links to our First Foods fact sheet and recipe booklet which are both packed full of helpful nutritional information, delicious recipes for tiny mouths and, tips for when it comes time to introduce new textures and flavours to your child's diet, who’s now on the path toward joining family meal times.

Should you wish to have hardcopies of the collateral posted to you for FREE, please complete the below order form.

  • Resources for Healthcare Professionals

    • First Foods Fact Sheet

      The First Foods fact sheet is a guide to the introduction of solids, how to introduce allergenic food to your little one diet and nutritional information around choline. Our fact sheet also includes the key food milestones to help you plan your little one’s food journey from 6 months all the way to joining family mealtime at 18 months.

    • First Foods Recipe Book

      Our First Foods recipe book is bursting with flavour – from purees to easy and simple meals that pack a nutritional punch for your growing bub. These simple to follow recipes are the perfect inspiration for introducing solids and encouraging your little ones to explore new textures and flavours.

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