Weaning a baby can be one of the most stressful things any parent can do, but it does not have to be that way. In this series of 5 videos our Chartered Dietetic, Aisling Piggott-Jones, will give you a reassuring and expert guide into ups and downs of baby weaning.
Weaning a baby can be one of the most stressful things any parent can do, but it does not have to be that way. In this series of 5 videos our Chartered Dietetic, Aisling Piggott-Jones, will give you an expert guide into the ups and downs of baby weaning. Aisling’s straight forward and no fuss approach is refreshing with practical tips and achievable methods. These videos are a must watch introduction for any parent who is weaning their baby.
Introduction Video: An overview of the 5 expert weaning videos to come
Video 1. Ready, Steady, go: A guide to being prepared and what are the optimum time to wean
Video 2. Choking and gagging: Explaining the difference and how best to react
Video 3. Thinking of 1st food: What to try first?
Video 4. What next? Explaining how best to progress the weaning journey
Video 5. Dealing with Others: everyone has an opinion on weaning. Here is Aislings’ suggestions on the matter.
A bit about Aisling Piggott-Jones
Aisling Pigott-Jones (Ash) is a Registered Dietitian. Dietitians are the only health professionals trained and regulated to give up to date nutrition advice. Ash has experience in a variety of healthcare, private and academic settings.
As an evidenced based practitioner, she is passionate about de-bunking nutrition myths and diet culture whilst promoting health and well-being. As seen on BBCNews, BBCWales, ITVWales, Radio5, Vogue magazine (and more). TV, Radio and Print. Aisling works closely with the media to ensure evidence based nutritional messages and expertise are available to a variety of sources. Ash was nominated for BDA Media Spokesperson of the year in 2018.
As a first time Mum and Paediatric specialist, Ash is ideally placed to understand evidence based guidance and practical application of some of the confusing and conflicting information around early years nutrition. Ash understands some of the anxieties and fears that we have around the health of our children, but believes there is no such thing as ‘right’ or ‘wrong’ when it comes to supporting our children to have a healthy relationship with food.