Getting enough vitamin C helps your baby absorb iron, create collagen and maintain a healthy immune system. The bioflavonoid in lemon works with vitamin C to strengthen blood vessel walls to support healthy blood flow. This zesty citrus fruit also prevents scurvy and can help to manage gut issues due to its antimicrobial properties.
Introducing new foods to your baby’s diet can be a little discomforting due to their fragile digestive system. Using food as a remedy, mint is a very good way to naturally take care of problems like indigestion, nausea and stomach cramping.
Along with its high monounsaturated fat content that protects the heart, olive oil is loaded with vitamin E and K, which supports memory development and antioxidants that help calm inflammation.
An excellent source of vitamin C, K, iron, folate acid and dietary fiber, these tiny unassuming peas contain plenty of nutrients that are essential for brain growth, cognitive and motor functions. It is a nutrient-dense plant protein that helps with your baby’s overall muscle development and growth.
Vital functions such as maintaining your baby’s cell structure, waste removal, distribution of nutrients and oxygen are aided by the essential H20, including stabilizing their body temperature.
This amazing fibrous squash contains the antioxidants lutein and zeaxanthin that help to improve vision. It brims with several vitamins and minerals such as vitamin A, manganese and vitamin C, which are good for your baby’s growth and promote strong healthy teeth, bones and skin.