Babies don’t eat a lot of food as compared to adults. This is simply because of their tiny tummies. It is important, therefore to make every particle that they take in count. It is a matter of great importance to ensure that the food that they take is of the right nutritional values and of course, in the right proportions. The idea of balanced diet applies immediately the baby starts weaning. It is an important step in the baby’s growth since it is getting introduced into the world full of tastes and flavours. As a mother, sometimes it is a bit challenging to know the best baby nutrition food and that is why after a long research and consultation, I have written down this exclusive list of those foods to help see your baby’s grow happen faster, with much ease and of course, with fun. Enjoy reading and incorporating them into the baby’s diet the same way I enjoyed writing them down. Read on.
This is a source of purely unsaturated fats. That doesn’t mean that it will be of the levels harmful to the body. No. unsaturated means that it is of the right quantity to help in the baby’s brain development. In fact, it is the most convenient gradual introduction of solid foods to the baby.
For best results, try mixing them with some other foods which includes cream cheese, some fruits like apples and even canned fish. On top of being affordable and rich in nutrients, this meal can also be carried safely in bags during travels as they are just fine under room temperatures.
This is the ultimate hero in the provision of carbohydrates and fibre. The baby needs energy more than a grown up. This is due to the surface area to volume ratio arithmetic in regards to the energy needs around the environment. Fibre gives the baby ability to digest other foods easily and reduces instances of constipation. This implies that bananas can be combined with other foods.
They are easily portable due to their packaging. During serving, be sure to mash the ripe ones only. Pretty much old babies can as well eat pieces of chopped bananas.
This is an excellent source of vitamin c, potassium and fibre. It is also a source of carotene (a mild antioxidant) that helps curb instances of certain cancer that can crawl to the young ones. As their name suggests, they are sweet! This is why babies prefer them to other veggies. Whether cooked or mashed, they are super easy to eat, making them a great choice for all children even those that are at the weaning period.
We know that eggs are a collaboration of many good stuff. The white substance (egg white) is a rich source of protein. The yolk on the other hand, provides the baby with super nourishments which includes vitamins A, D, E and even B12. The yolk also provides the body with choline, a substance that is needed for brain development. In some occasions, the eggs can present instances of allergic reactions and that is why you should consult with your paediatrician before giving the baby this protein rich food. So in most cases, it should be delayed a bit in order to be sure that it will not affect the baby.
You should never worry about general growth and healthy vision development when this food is among the many that you give your baby. This food contains beta-carotene. Once ingested, it transforms into vitamin A which is needed for the development of healthy vision. …