Science says the first 1,000 days of life opens up a unique opportunity to build up strong foundation for health and brain development. Designed based on pediatric guidelines, Nuttri, a baby food app, can help you to track your baby's food and plan optimal baby meals.
Discover an abundance of whole food ingredients to plan your baby led weaning, or puree feeding. Create personalized baby meals and benefit from our baby food tracker and tips. Explore which ingredients to buy and baby food recipes based on your baby’s needs and stages of weaning. Identify common allergens, seasonal foods, and when to choose organic. Nuttri is helpful to bring on grocery store visits with its simple buying guide and baby food recipes. Nuttri keeps you informed and ensures parenting and feeding your baby will be fun, safe, and easy!
Your Baby’s Nutritional Needs Met
Your baby’s nutritional needs differ from adults. Learn what pediatricians and dietitians recommend as first foods. Discover 80 whole food ingredients organized by weaning stages and 4 essential food groups (vegetables and fruit, grain products, protein rich food, milk and alternatives).
Design Colorful Meal Plans
Design baby meal plans with colorful food icons. Intuitively mix new foods with the ones that has been tried. Make sure covering 4 essential food groups to reduce any chance of nutritional deficiencies.
Keep Track of What Your Baby Eats
Just one click to keep the history of what food has been safely tried. Create a watchlist to manage your baby’s food allergies and sensitivities. The tracking progress cues are visible in the meal planner to introduce new foods at a time.
“This app makes it so easy to keep track of what foods we’ve introduced to our baby! It’s also great to see that they use research from the AAP, FDA, etc. Also, the cute graphics are a plus :)”Amy Kenney
“Love it !!! We use this to meal prep and guide us on what foods to try next, track allergies, likes & dislikes… using this app way more than i expected”A Google User
“Love this app for helping to introduce solids! Good info, easy to organize.”Julie McGovern
Baby Food Sciences + Monthly Feeding Tips + Baby Nutrition
12 months & up: Regular meals & snacks At this point, your baby can eat most things you eat at the same times. Still, stay away from mercury high fish (shark, swordfish, marlin,…), food with high food poisoning risks (raw eggs, raw shellfish,…), and choking hazard foods (whole nuts,…) . Focus on sharing healthy family … Read More
The Next Foods: Go for diversity Approaching 8-9 months, your baby will move on to having 3 meals a day. It’s time to start increasing food portions. Now that at this age, babies have better coordination, encourage them to self-serve finger foods if you haven’t yet tried baby led weaning. Provide a variety of nutrition-dense … Read More
The First Foods: The importance of iron Studies say it’s important not to delay giving first foods to babies who around 6 months. This is the time when breast milk or formula might not meet your baby’s nutritional needs anymore. Providing enough iron at this stage is also very important [1,2]. Research also concludes not … Read More
Before the First Foods: Observe the cues Before your baby’s first foods (usually 4-6 months), you can start inviting your baby to be at family meal time. Your baby doesn’t need to eat just yet, but can still play and be present during the meal. Make meal time a happy time, which will stimulate his/her … Read More
Feeding a variety of natural food is good for:
- Obesity prevention: Eating a variety of foods, especially vegetables and fruit, helps babies develop a healthier and diverse diet for long-term health benefits.
- Allergy prevention: Exposing babies to a variety of natural food ingredients can help to reduce chance of developing food allergies. Based the recommendations from American Academy of Pediatrics, peanut butter should be one of the first foods to try!
- Development: Babies develop motor skills and senses, as well as social and language skills, through exploring the various textures and flavors of foods. Try baby led weaning if you haven’t considered yet.
- Reducing risk: Homemade baby food from whole foods is less likely to contain preservatives, additives, additional sugar or salt.