In this episode, I chat about choking hazards – this is a hugely terrifying topic for many parents, and I really want you to feel confident that you’re offering food in a safe way for your babies and toddlers! One of the most common questions I get about choking hazards is when certain foods are considered safe….when are the suggested modifications no longer necessary?
Today, I dive into this for you, and explain everything from what the current recommendations are, and how foods made the top choking hazards list, to when I recommend reducing modifications, why you should, and how to actually do this in a safe way. I even provide you with numerous examples of a step-by-step process for how to do this, using specific choking hazards.
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What are the current recommendations? (1:16)
Factors to consider before stopping modifications (5:03)
How to gradually let go of modifications (8:56)
How are things chosen as choking hazards anyways? (18:46)
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