Banana, Pear and Mango are great first fruits for a growing baby. Bananas are bursting with potassium necessary for the healthy function of baby’s heart, nerves and muscles, pears are great for gentle fibre while mangoes are a source of the antioxidant vitamin beta carotene, which can convert to vitamin A.
Blueberries,Banana and Apple kicks off your baby’s flavour journey.But this combo is more than just good taste,with carbohydrates to fuel busy little bodies,B vitamins to help convert food into fuel and small but significant amounts of minerals such as iron to help re-stock dwindling stores.
Spinach,Apple,Broccoli and Pea is a wonderful green veggie combo.What’s more, it is a source of iron:a mineral babies need for healthy growth and development.It also contains vitamin C for developing cartilage,gums and teeth and folate for all new cell formation that takes place as your baby grows.
Apricots contain a rich combination of vitamins such as vitamin C, beta-carotene antioxidants, niacin and potassium, and also provide a good amount of fibre that’s great for your toddler’s digestion. Pears are a good source of vitamin C for healthy skin.
Apples are known to contain pectin, a gentle dietary fibre that benefits your baby’s digestive system. Bananas are a great source of potassium, an electrolyte vital to body function and vitamin B6 which works to make new proteins in the body as your baby grows.
Spinach, sweetcorn and sweet potato is a great veggie mix offering iron for healthy growth and development, good carbs for active little bodies and beta carotene, which convert to vitamin A and important for good vision, and healthy skin and bones.