Raising a Non-GMO Baby
January 18, 2016
“This is not baby food. This is real food for babies™.”
Infancy and toddlerhood. Gurgles, cooing, creeping, and crawling… and smiles. It’s a key time for cuteness overload. But on a more serious note, it’s also a critical time for growth, preventing obesity, and setting positive eating habits for life. Fruit and vegetable intake has an impact on overall quality of health, but did you know that a staggering 9 out of 10 children simply don’t eat enough of them? The best way you can start your baby off on the right nutritional course in life is by feeding her a variety of vegetables, fruit, and nutritious proteins to help her recognize and enjoy the colors, flavors, textures and aromas found in nature. If you can’t make all of your growing baby’s food yourself, the next best thing is Beech-Nut®.
Healthy eating habits start at home and often at a very young age. It's important to promote healthy choices with your children to show why—and how—a healthy lifestyle can be fun. We've got some tips to help you if you've got a picky eater on your hands:
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