Black pepper, often found on the adult plate, not only spices up our grown-up palate but is a helpful ingredient that aids our babies’ nutrient absorption. It is rich in piperine; a potent antioxidant and natural detoxifier with anti-inflammatory effects.
Coconut is a rich source of lauric acid, a fatty acid found in breast milk that boosts their tiny immune systems, while nourishing their skin. Another essential nutrient, Manganese, that is fundamental to bone health, is also found in the coconut.
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.
The creamy fragrant mango makes an appealing food for babies. Rich in vitamin A, vitamin B6, copper and beta-carotene, Mangoes increase brain oxygenation and muscle oxygen extraction, helping your little one develop their muscle, sensory and motor functions. They also support healthy eye development, a strong immune system and aid digestion.
Babies love this naturally sweet-tasting root. Sweet potatoes provide a good source of potassium, vitamin C, dietary fiber and beta-carotene which support overall cell health, brain, muscle and vision development while boosting immunity and healthier skin in your little one.
Is a spice used for centuries for its powerful anti-inflammatory and antioxidant properties. There is emerging evidence to suggest it also supports brain health, particularly in the area of learning and memory.
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.