Avocado baby food
One of the major decisions you would be taking for your baby relates to her food and nutrition. A little baby depends on you for all her nutritional needs; hence as a parent, it is very important for you to pick simply the best for her. At around six months, your baby will need to be introduced to solids. While baby food is easily available in most departmental stores, making homemade baby food helps to provide your baby with natural and nutritious meal. Moreover, as you will make your own baby food, you will know exactly what your baby is eating.
The simplest shortcut of introducing solids to your baby is to start with the avocado baby food. Avocados are great as the first food to your baby. Due to its creaminess and texture, little babies tend to accept this fruit well. Also, avocados have very high nutrient content. They are a complete food with around 14 minerals that stimulate growth. Because of its density, this food is also filling. An avocado is often considered as one of the nature’s perfect foods as it contains almost everything a person needs to survive. And what more, making your own homemade avocado baby food is probably the easiest. You can keep it in a 34oz food bottle and use it whenever needed when traveling too.
Though avocado baby food is easily available in grocery stores, it is always good to make it at home. This won’t just cut costs but also keep you rest assured with what you are feeding your baby. All you will need to do with a fruit like avocado or banana is to mash it well with a kitchen fork, mix it with a little milk – either the breast milk or formula and you are ready with a delicious meal for your baby. You might also like to use a food processor to do this quickly. A food processor helps a great deal in making puree of fruits and vegetable to make them suitable for your baby to eat.
Avocados are a great source of a very good and heart-healthy fat called monounsaturated fat. You can even try giving your baby avocados with yogurt after about 7-8 months.
Guest Blogger: Nisha