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Starting children off on healthy, diverse diets will have a positive impact on their eating habits for their whole lives. Heed this expert advice on the best "baby foods."
What about iron?
“There are plenty of ways to get iron into your baby’s diet,” Greene says. “You can choose an iron-enriched whole-grain cereal, add iron drops to your baby’s food, or opt for iron-rich foods, like eggs, lentils, beans, prunes, greens, seafood, poultry, and meat.” And don’t forget a pinch of spice: Thyme, spearmint, marjoram, cumin, parsley, celery seed, turmeric, basil, and oregano all contain more iron per milligram than red meat.