Baby Food Basics Workshop


Hi Mama,

I’m at Serenity Birth Studio again Thursday March 31st 1-2pm to do the Baby Food Basics Workshop.

$5 or $2 with a food bank donation.

Feel free to bring your baby and learn when to start foods, what to start with and how to do it.

Preregistration is required by clicking here to visit Serenity’s website.

I look forward to seeing you there!

Dr. Whitney Young, ND


Baby Food Workshop

Feed their futureHi there,
I wanted to share with you the news of our first ever Advanced Baby Foods & Beyond class. This is for moms and dads who have started to introduce foods but want more info. It’s perfect if your little one is 3-12 months old.

Baby Food Workshop Details:

Feed their Future from Milk to Meals
Thursday March 3rd 9am-12pm at Serenity Birth Studio in Barrie.

In this workshop you will learn:

– what to feed them, what order and how to do it
– the steps to take if they get constipated
– what the science says about developing food allergies
– the 3 steps to take to avoid developing peanut allergies
– 5 steps to beautiful baby heads
– does my baby need iron?

Cost $47 +HST. Click here to register

What to bring:
Paper, pen, water bottle, layered clothing (in case it’s too hot or too cold for you), snacks (I’ll provide some too) and your baby.

Yes, babies are welcome!

To register visit:
Email with any questions

I look forward to seeing you there!

Dr. Whitney Young, ND

I was in heaven…

I have heard stories about it’s grandeur… I’ve heard that I would spend a lot of money there… I didn’t know it was so big! So vast! With so many options, things to choose from. I think I almost hyperventilated when I arrived at Nature’s Emporium in Newmarket for the first time. I texted Steve… “I’m in heaven!”

me at nature's emporium nat emp2

It was amazing. I think I was pretty tame in my shopping but still spent a bit. Here’s what was on my list for those who might be interested in what a naturopathic doctor might pick up at one of these stores.

  1. Organic nectarines and apples – I wanted these to make some more baby food for Jillian
  2. Yummy cheese – they had over 10 samples of different cheeses and I got hooked on one. It tastes like parmesan but is more rich
  3. Natural dish and laundry detergent – don’t need harsh chemicals in our house
  4. Plates and bowls made of corn for Jillian to eat off of. They are like plastic so she won’t be able to break them.
  5. An organic chicken that I cooked in my slow cooker – check out my recipe
  6. Steve’s favourite hummus in a big container!

Other related posts:

Is my baby ready for solids?

Why I should suck my baby’s pacifier