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This simple system will save your baby’s life.

A former paramedic has shared a one-second trick to minimize the risk of your baby choking on a piece of food.

The video was posted by a child safety organization called Tiny Hearts Education, which was started by Nikki Jurcutz, a former paramedic, and her sister, Rach.

In the reel, they demonstrated that if you just put your index finger and thumb together to squish a piece of food, you can tell whether or not it’s safe for your baby.

If the food you’re holding isn’t able to be squished in between your fingers, then it’s not safe for your baby to chew – and could be a potential choking hazard.

“If you can’t squish it, your baby can’t chew it,” they wrote in text over the top of the Instagram reel.

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