They are the king of fruits and you wait for the mango season every year just so you could get the best that the fruit has to offer. By the best that it has to offer, we mean that mangoes aren’t just delicious, but also are more healthy that you think.
Banana seems like a simple, boring fruit doesn’t it? Nope, that is where you are wrong. With its naturally sweet goodness. it is a super healthy fruit that is very good for your child. It is rich in potassium and low in sodium, which makes it a super food for a healthy heart. Furthermore, it has plenty of vitamins, mainly Vitamin B2, Vitamin B6 and Vitamin C. Packed with healthy vitamins and nutrients, but low in sodium, cholesterol, and saturated fat – There is no better food for your child. But how can you make banana fun and add to its nutrition? We’ve got six ways to show you how!
Once your baby has crossed the milestone transition to solid food, we’re sure you’ve been trying to get your baby to get a taste of all the flavours and spices out there. Also, if you’re a South Indian mum, you can’t wait for him/her to taste some of those scrumptious South Indian dishes. You’re probably wondering what to start with or if it’s healthy to go ahead with the idea. So, we’ve got a list of foods you can start with that are healthy and something your South Indian baby will just love. *Remember to look for baby appropriate recipes with not too many spices.