Baby Food of the Week – Kale

Kale has often been considered by many people to be the most healthy food on the planet, have you heard it being called that? Well, yes it is very high in nutrients that’s for sure! Like most of the other green leafy vegetables, they’re great raw and cooked, and are full of…

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Baby Food of the Week – Chia

Chia for babies Did you know that chia means “strength” in Mayan? It comes from its ability to make you feel full and give you jam-packed nutrition in such a small serving. So it’s great that it has become a popular ‘superfood’ – put in smoothies, make crackers, or chia bowls,…

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Baby Food of the Week – Olive Oil

Olive Oil for babies I know it might sound silly, olive oil isn’t truly thought of as a food is it! But what we seem to be forgetting as a society is that our babies NEED FAT! Fat powers their brain development, their muscle growth, and it stabilises their blood…

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Baby Food of the Week – Quinoa

Quinoa for babies Being mostly grain free, quinoa is one pseudo-grain (really, it’s a seed), that our tummies seem to tolerate. For most, it’s gentle on the stomach and can be easy to digest when prepared properly.      Why do I love quinoa so much? Antioxidants Some antioxidants are…

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Baby Food of the Week – Egg

Eggs are an absolute favourite in our house! We eat them every morning for breakfast. They’re a nutritional powerhouse! Plus they’re quite delicious. There is some fear with mothers surrounding eggs and allergies. And while egg allergies do happen, they are very rare. So unless you’ve already got other children…

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Baby Food of the Week – Coconut Oil

Coconut oil is a great oil to cook with. It has an extremely high burning point temperature, which means it won’t get burnt while using it to cook (unlike some other oils). When an oil burns during cooking, it releases unhealthy by-products that then become a part of your meal! Not…

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