Babies’ first 1000 days opens up a unique opportunity to set healthy foundations for nutrition and stimulation. Sciences advises us to maximize the diversity of foods to offer, and minimize stress.
Baby Food Sciences
What should babies eat
What foods Improve Baby Bone Health?
What foods Improve Baby Bone Health? Why does Baby Bone Health Matter? Think of first steps and first sports games. Bones help us move, protect us from injury and support the entire body structure . It turns out both good nutrition and regular physical activity, from infancy to adolescence, are linked to life-long bone health [1,2,3,4,5]. … Read More
Should We Take Salt, Sugar, and Fat out of Baby Meals?
Check out how to optimize the levels of salt, sugar and fat in the baby meals to optimize their growth, and to shape their healthy palate.
How to Reduce a Baby Food Allergy
Want to know why pediatricians tell you to offer peanut butter at weaning? Latest science says offering common allergens like peanut butter can reduce a baby food allergy.
How to Balance Your Vegetarian Baby Meals
Experts say vegetarian diets can work very well for babies. However, vegetarian baby meals should be designed carefully. Learn risk factors and tips.
How Does Indian Baby Food Unlock Nutrients?
Good news for vegetarian babies. It turns out that Indian baby food recipes help key nutrients in vegetables to be easy-to-absorb by babies.
Foods for a Healthy Baby Brain
First 3 years in life is critical for healthy baby brain development. Science says there are ways to help increase the chances for healthy neurodevelopment through the choices we make everyday concerning baby nutrition and feeding practice.
Why It’s Important to Have Iron in Baby Food
Iron deficiency is quite common and has significant impact on baby’s development. Learn tips to offer iron in baby food, and to increase bioavailability of iron.
Bioavailability: Getting the Most out of Baby Meals
Bioavailability matters for baby meals due to potential nutritional deficiencies. Good news – cooking and adding spices can increase bioavailability.
6 Month Old Feeding: Why Babies Need Solids NOW
Why does 6 month old feeding matter? Around 6 months infants will begin to require more nutrients than those amounts available solely through breast milk or formula.