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Go Well by Good Feeding


More than just baby food

The best start for your baby conveniently delivered to you! Our feeding program helps take baby from first flavors through to adventurous eating in six simple steps. Designed to expose infants to different tastes and textures, Go Well helps deliver what’s best for baby and provides peace of mind for you!

Flavor First

Initially it's all about exposure to new flavors, as nutritional requirements are met by breastmilk or formula feeding. From bone broth simply smeared on baby's lips to single vegetable purees we slowly but surely expose baby to the flavors of umami, veggie-sweet and bitter.

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Feeding Fundamentals

Flavor training, food parenting styles, reading fullness cues and introducing finger foods are just some of the topics covered over the weeks so parents understand how and why the program evolves the way it does.

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Tastes and Textures

We build from tastes to meals as baby’s nutritional requirements grow. Meat and vegetable combinations commence, and feeding routines are established.

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A watchful eye

Sour is slowly introduced as baby’s tummy copes with higher acidity. Fruits are carefully controlled to increase fibre but limit exposure to sweet.

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A world of difference

Finally, a wide array of herbs and spices expose baby to complex flavors, developing baby’s palate. Flavors of the world encourage adventurous eaters and gives parents the confidence to have baby join family-made meals in the future.

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Tips and techniques

Throughout the program we discuss a range of feeding topics when and where appropriate. From the benefits of introducing potential allergens early, to understanding the difference between choking and gagging. We provide parents with science-backed up to date advice they can rely on.

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Endorsed by Healthcare Professionals

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I stand behind Good Feeding because I know how incredibly it is for children to receive not only excellent nutrition in their first few years of life, but for families to cultivate feeding habits that will help children grow up to be competent eaters who enjoy a lifelong healthy relationship with food. Given all of the challenges that mordern parents face,this is no easy task. parents need relatable, expert advice on how to instill good feeding habits into their families' daily lives as well as products they can trust to take some of the work of such a challenging task off their plates.

Good Feeding does just this and I'm so happy that it's available for parents.

Diana K. Rice

Nutrition, LLC, RD, LD, CLEC

The Baby Steps Dietitian

A taste of what you'll discover

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Important News for Babies Approaching 4 months old

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Complementary Feeding vs. Flavor Training

By Diana K Rice, Nutrition, LLC, RD, LD, CLEC In the medical community, there's a clear consensus on when infants should begin complementary feeding: at 6 months old. But despite the AAP, ACOG, AAFP and WHO recommendations being very clear about this timeline, parents often start much earlier. The primary reason that official guidelines push for this 6 month mark is that very early introduction of complementary foods has been shown to reduce breastfeeding's overall duration. The medical community also holds concerns that introducing solids prior to the age of 6 months could increase the risk of choking and aspiration, lead to diarrhea and poor gut health and contribute to the onset of certain chronic diseases later in life, including diabetes and celiac disease. So why is there so much confusion over this?
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Good Feeding is committed to

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We're on a mission to create not just a healthier America, but a healthier world.  

At Good Feeding, we believe establishing healthy preferences at the very beginning, develops positive lifelong eating practices and fights the good fight against childhood obesity. From healthy beginnings comes healthier lives.
So, we're excited and proud to be partnering with the PHA.