So you’re on the fence about homemade baby food. Of course, you want your baby to be healthy, but you might be wondering if it’s worth the effort. Can there really be much of a difference between homemade and store-bought baby food? The short answer is yes, there really is a big difference!
Homemade baby food doesn’t contain unnecessary additives and it helps your little human get used to a diverse diet. Here’s more information on the health benefits of making your own baby food at home.
Most commercial baby foods have way too much sugar and sodium and not enough fiber. When you prepare your own organic baby food products, you know exactly what your precious baby is getting with each bite–more vitamins, less sugar, less salt, and no preservatives. Instead of getting watered-down, expensive banana purée from the store, you can mash a banana at home and get a much healthier–and cheaper–result.
PROMOTES A DIVERSE DIET
Commercial baby food leaves you with limited options. You will be hard-pressed to find avocados or melons in the baby food section at the store. Store-bought foods also tend to have a consistent appearance and texture that may hinder your child’s acceptance of other foods.
By going the homemade route, you can introduce your baby to a variety of foods early on. This will help promote healthy development and acceptance of different textures and flavors. Feeding your baby a diverse diet now means less body fat and a reduced risk of obesity, diabetes, and chronic diseases.
You can make sure your baby gets the most nutrients by using BABYCOOK®, the best baby food maker. With options to steam, blend, chop or cut, you can preserve the nutrition of your ingredients and get everything to the right texture.
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