Best Baby Food for Your Little Ones

From the Show: CLEAN Food Network
Summary: While feeding a baby is a wonderful experience, at times it can be frustrating.
Air Date: 6/20/16
Duration: 10 Minutes
Guest Bio: Jill Hillhouse, CNP
Jill-HillhouseJill Hillhouse is a passionate advocate of whole foods eating and nutrition education. She believes that health starts on your dinner plate and she uses diet and lifestyle shifts to mitigate and reverse health conditions. Jill focuses on addressing her clients’ metabolic individuality as a key factor in her functional nutrition protocols and health coaching. A strong voice for self-advocacy, Jill encourages and empowers her clients to be active participants in their own health care. Working as a practitioner since 2001, Jill is part of the integrative health team at P3 Health Clinic in Toronto, Canada. She is also a Trusted Advisor for, and a PRO with Jill is the author of The Best Baby Food and her next health book will be published in October 2016. She also writes articles for a number of publications including Blikki, Zwell and Naturally Savvy.

Jill is a Certified Nutritional Practitioner (CNP) from The Institute of Holistic Nutrition and has earned her Bachelor of Physical and Health Education (BPHE) and her BA in Psychology at Queen’s University. She is certified as a First Line Therapist in Lifestyle Medicine by Metagenics and as a Stress and Wellness Consultant by the Hans Selye Foundation and The Canadian Institute of Stress. Jill has been a faculty member of the Institute of Holistic Nutrition since 2005. She is a member of The Canadian Association of Natural Nutrition Practitioners and the Institute of Functional Medicine.
  • Book Title: The Best Baby Food
  • Guest Twitter Account: @JillHillhouse
Best Baby Food for Your Little Ones
As a nutritionist, Jill Hillhouse has a passion for food... both talking about it and eating it.

She believes that a nutritious diet is your most valuable tool for promoting your family's health on a daily basis. Every time you feed your children, you have an opportunity not only to nourish their bodies but also to expand their world.

And, while feeding a baby is a wonderful experience, at times it can be frustrating. Try to relax and enjoy the process. Remember, when you make your own baby food from natural, wholesome ingredients, your are starting your child out on a pattern of healthy eating that will have lifelong benefits.

Jill joins host Lisa Davis to discuss how she became involved in holistic nutrition, allergy concerns in babies, and highlights from her book, The Best Baby Food.
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