“From the first decisions parents must make to the transition to toddler-hood, information is presented in a com- mon sense and nonjudgmental style that will give the family the needed confidence to get their baby off to a well- nourished start in life. I recommend this book for all parents of a new baby.”

— Jay E. Berkelhamer, MD, past president of American Academy of Pediatrics (2006-2007)

“In What To Feed Your Baby, Dr. Stanley Cohen brings common sense and 3 decades of experience to help allay any fears and misinformation that parents might have. Written in a friendly and evidence based way this book accurately describes the nutritional needs of infants through the first year or two of life.”

– Jeffrey S. Hyams, MD, head, Division of Digestive Diseases, Hepatology, and Nutrition, Connecticut Children's Medical Center; professor of pediatrics, University of Connecticut School of Medicine

“In this book, Dr. Stanley Cohen, a pediatric gastroenterologist and nutritionist with longstanding interest in infant nutrition, provides a practical and prag- matic approach to a major concern for new mothers, namely What to Feed Your Baby. ”

— Allan Walker, M.D., director, Division of Nutrition, Conrad Taff professor of pediatrics and nutrition, Harvard Medical School 

"Words of wisdom, recommendations and friendly advice from Dr. Stan Cohen take the guesswork out and provide a blueprint for healthy and affordable infant nutrition. Every new mom needs a copy of this practical and great resource on her bookshelf before the baby arrives." 

-- Kathleen M Zelman, MPH, RD, award winning nutritionist and nutrition journalist 

"Dr. Stan Cohen has written an exceptional book filled with practical, personalized and cost-conscious advice applicable for parents and care-providers of infants and young children.  Case vignettes interspersed among scientifically sound information yield wonderful essentials for parents of healthy children and of children afflicted with common complaints and disorders in early childhood.  An invaluable resource for all new parents."

 – Melvin B Heyman, MD, MPH, Professor of Pediatrics and Director of Pediatric Gastroenterology and Nutrition, University of California, San Francisco, and UCSF Benioff Children’s Hospital

"I had the opportunity to read it and recommend it as an excellent resource for parents. This book is not just for selecting formula and introducing foods, but it also reviews gastroesophageal reflux, colic, stooling problems, poor weight gain, overweight issues, prematurity, and allergies."

–  Jay Hochman, MD, Pediatric Gastroenterologist, Children's Center for Digestive Health Care, 

"Parents who worry about properly and affordably feeding their infants during the first year of life…will learn a lot from this thoroughly researched, infant-nutrition guidebook."


"[T]his fact-packed resource…covers recent and traditional pediatric nutritional science in 16 concise chapters structured in a question-and-answer format, and a thorough appendix…As an experienced doctor, Cohen has seen it all."

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