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Is Baby ready for the family table?


Start your baby on solids with ease and

confidence with our New Eater’s Club.

The New Eaters Club will make your confidence and know-how soar
as you start your baby on solids!

Mother feeding her baby girl with a spoon. Baby food

With every new phase and stage in your baby’s life, there’s a learning curve. Sometimes smooth and easy, and sometimes confusing, scary and downright frustrating.

Starting solids is a big milestone for both you and baby. In fact…

Making homemade baby food is the best investment you can make in your child’s lifelong health.

By giving your baby real foods sets the bar for their palette and influences their likes and dislikes (yes, you can get your baby to love beets!)

You can avoid raising a picky eater from the get-go by offering a wide array of foods that most babies don’t eat.

What’s offered to your baby as you start this food adventure, can shape their eating and relationship with food, for life.

Knowing what vitamins, minerals, antioxidants, protein, carbohydrates and fats that your baby needs to grow healthy and strong, right from the beginning, are essential and all need to be a part of your baby’s diet.

Figuring out how to navigating what’s best, can be overwhelming.


I hear the same questions all the time:

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What food do I offer first? What time of day? How much food and how often?

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What are the best iron rich foods that will actually give my baby what she needs? I think it’s cereal, but there are some that say no.

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I want to make homemade food so I know what’s in it, but I don’t cook. Well, I do a bit but am worried to try and make food for my baby.

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I’ve been given different suggestions and not sure whose advice to listen to. My parents did what they thought right, back then. My friends tell me one thing and my doctor insists on another. I really don’t know what’s best.

Learn all that your baby needs to grow healthy and strong – from the first bite onwards.

 

You can turn your uncertainty and confusion into know-how,
confidence and become your baby’s own food expert!

 

As a new mom, I’ve found the ‘all about baby’ learning curve to be quite steep and often confusing because there’s much information available online. I’ve made the decision to stop researching and googling and instead ask experts to avoid some of this confusion! When it came time to start my son on solids, I checked out Sprout Right’s website and decided to buy the online video for starting solids. It was perfect! In 30 mins (which I watched in pieces over several days), I learned exactly what I needed to do and what foods to start with, and what to avoid. It turns out my son LOVES food, and introducing new foods has been one of our most fun adventures. I later got the Sprout Right book which I’ve been using to help keep us on track. It’s a great reference for every stage. I’ve even been using it as a checklist as we introduce new foods recommended in the book. ~Karen L. 

 

Introducing the New Eaters Club for Starting Solids and Beyond!

Our online DIY six-week know-how and cooking class program with optional add on of personalized one-on-one time with Lianne.

“After working with thousands of new parents for over 16 years, I realize that parents need to know all the how’s, when’s and what’s as they start and continue solid food. Sure, you can read a blog here, watch a video there, but I’ve seen many parents without the big picture in my office, with so many questions and challenges. That’s why I created The New Eaters Club. It’s not just about those first foods, it’s also about progressing with super tasty dishes, finger foods and then onto family meals. With ease.”

Lianne, author and founder of Sprout Right and mother of two super healthy daughters.

Why this, and not another book or program? 

Because all that you’ll learn comes from an expert who has been there, done it. And wrote the book.

Here’s her story:

img_8440In 2003, I had my first daughter. I was so confused, and thought I’d know what to do ‘cause I’m a nutritionist.

Nope.

I really didn’t. Even with all my background and training, I had to get my fear in check about doing it all wrong and somehow harming her, so I could make a start. Her doctor gave me a piece of paper to follow when she was four months old and I walked away, perplexed and unsure. I was just as confused as you likely are. She, nor I, were ready to start solids. I waited until she was almost six months old. Starting food brought on rashes, she was super irritated, even stopped eating for a month after two months of enjoying food. It was challenging. My motivation to start my company, Sprout Right, was and still is, to help parents start and progress knowing what to do. No matter what comes up. To feel empowered, not be scared of making mistakes or depriving crucial nutrients for growth. 

 

Six week DIY online program including the 12 part cooking class series and the optional add-on of personal support for three months.

Let’s take a look at everything that you’ll get in the program.

Over six weeks, you’ll receive an easy to follow video, how-to guide, checklist to keep track of what foods you’ve offered, and two weekly cooking class videos with recipes and inspiration to change things up and keep mealtime interesting.

Module 1 – Starting Solids 101. This is where it all starts. Your 30 minute video and downloadable workbook, checklist for tracking foods as you offer them and first foods recipe if you need to start straight away.

Module 2 – Take a look at the appliances and tools you’ll need to make your own food, how to store it all and get it ready to serve your budding food adventurer!

Modules 3 to 9 – How to make beautiful recipes from pear to butternut squash, dried apricots to beets and blueberry to parsnip, zucchini, apple, cauliflower, broccoli and more. Also how to combine foods for new tastes and textures and when to add in spices and herbs.

Modules 10 to 16 – New textures and tastes that include beans and lentils, quinoa and amaranth, fruits and vegetables to broaden your baby’s palate to include garlic, cilantro, lemon, iron rich molasses, immune boosting dried fruit and many other healthy and tasty food combinations. Complimentary finger foods to strengthen that pincer grip and help relax the gag-reflex that’s common until closer to nine months of age.

The Starting Solids course is a great alternative for the busy Mom who is unable to attend the in-class introduction to starting solids class. ~Jennifer B. 

DIY $299

(early bird of $199 through Oct 7th)
$299
  • Starting your Baby on Solids course
  • 12 part Cooking Class video course
  • Weekly live Q&A check-ins
  • Access to Private Facebook group
  • Printable recipe cards for all recipes
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  • Bonuses :
  • 7 Day How to Feed Your Food Adventurer Meal Plan
  • Extra printable Super Chunky recipe cards with 6 new recipes
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Sprout Right – Nutrition from Tummy to Toddler is by far the best book I’ve bought for making my own baby food.
Must have for every momma! Well done! ~Rebekah G. 

Frequently Asked Questions

I'm really busy, how much time do I need to devote to this? My baby isn’t ready for solids yet.

You’ll have access to the course for 12 months, so if you don’t get through it all as you receive it, don’t worry. You or your baby may not be ready yet. Or the textured meals from the sixth class onwards may be too much for her right now, so come back when he’s ready and you’ll learn what’s needed for that stage. Each video is about 15 minutes long so you’ll need time to watch and chop along with me, so no more than an hour from start to finish for each video. That’s peeled, chopped, cooked and into your storage trays. No one can make food for your baby like you can. You’ve got this!

What is your refund policy?

We offer no-questions-asked refunds to all customers within 15 days of your purchase or the online program. Not for in person consultations. If you are not satisfied with our product, then simply send us an email and we will refund your purchase right away. Our goal has always been to create a happy, thriving community. If you are not thrilled with the product or are not enjoying the experience, then we have no interest in forcing you to stay with us.

Who is Lianne?

Lianne graduated, with honours in 1999 from The Institute for Optimum Nutrition in London, England as a Registered Nutritionist. She realized after having her first daughter that there needed to be someone she could turn to for all the questions she had about feeding her daughter. Even with her expertise. She decided to become that expert.

Lianne’s book, Sprout Right – Nutrition from Tummy to Toddler has sold over 12K copies worldwide. She has taught thousands of new parents how to feed their babies, how to make food for their babies, feed them with well despite difficulties, symptoms, birth complications and more. Her hands on cooking classes taught parents who had never held a knife to chefs, who run award winning restaurants, plating up hundreds of meals a night.

She is the go-to expert for all things food related to babies and toddlers. She’s regularly interviewed for both online and print media, is an expert on a talk-radio show every Friday and has appeared on media outlets like CTVNewsNet, CTV CanadaAM, Global MorningLive, CityLine, CHCH Morning live and so many more.

She has the trust of parents across the country and around the world. She’s hoping to gain yours too.

I'm still not sure this is right for me and my baby? I’ve already started my baby on solids and I’m buying food. It seems to be going well.

Please don’t underestimate the impact that you making your baby’s food can have. The food that your baby eats now, sets the bar on the tastes and flavours that they will eat for the rest of their lives. Knowing what goes into the food you make is incredibly important. What you make at home will offer so much more than store bought, in so many ways.

You can do this. It’s worth the time and effort. I’ve seen it countless times. You are influencing her relationship with food as you start this adventure.

What type of support do I receive while going through the program?

 

The course itself has the video on starting solids, the checklist and how-to notes, the run down of the equipment needed before by-weekly videos and recipes, tips of how to combine foods and so much more. The Facebook group is there to ask questions, share photos, wins, concerns and just to have a rant. We will be following along giving our advice, laugh with your or cry. Maybe pour you a glass of wine. And the most important one, is access to Lianne herself (if you haven’t signed up for the VIP program). Weekly video call check ins for you to ask your questions and get personal responses, live, every week as you start and progress with solids. That right there, is worth the price of the program!