Monthly Archives: December 2018

Whole Grains for Babies and Children

Whole grains are one of the best sources of fibre, protein and carbohydrates that your child would need as a part of their healthy diet. Whole grains come in different sizes, shapes, colours and most importantly taste. There are typical ways to prepare them which are as varied as the place in which they are grown. They are also rich […]

Using a Microwave for Baby Food – Is It Safe?

Many people believe that heating or cooking food in a microwave can destroy the nutrients present in that food items. But that is not true…well, not completely true. You cook, heat, and sometimes even reheat the food (leftovers) in the microwave and eat it without giving it much thought. But when you have a baby […]

Butternut Squash for Babies – Health Benefits

One of the more common winter squash varieties, Butternut Squash, is a good source of fibre and potassium and aids in digestion, blood pressure, healthy skin and healthy hair. In Australia and New Zealand, butternut squash is known as Butternut Pumpkin, and there are recipes from all over the world in which butternut squash is […]

Asparagus for Babies – Benefits

Preparing meal plans for your baby while trying to wean him off and introducing him to vegetables can be quite challenging. You may naturally lean towards the more regular vegetables. However, you may like to consider asparagus as it is not only healthy but makes for a great finger food which can easily be handled […]