It's nature's own laxative.
There is some really nasty stuff to be found in non-organic foods: On top of that, jarred baby food is often chock-full of preservatives. This nasty stuff is bad enough for us adults, let alone for our more susceptible children! Eating organic is simply to avoid those toxic chemicals and genetically-modified ingredients. There are several brands of organic baby foods on the market. Here are the main ones, and my opinion on them:. One of the best organic baby food brands out there, and readily-available in most box stores but cheaper online.
Looking at the ingredients label makes it obvious: No added sugars, salts, artificial flavors, preservatives of any kind. This does mean, however, that you have to use it up within one day of opening the jar, or you should throw it away. Still, this is an excellent baby food. There used to be a concern of BPA in their lids, but as of Oct.
Plum Organics click here to check price on Amazon are really cool! The ingredients list is exactly how I like to see it: With these pouches, you just squeeze them into a bowl and serve. You can just throw one in your diaper bag and not worry about it shattering in the bag, unlike glass jars of baby food. And being able to squirt it out onto a spoon, without even needing a bowl, is awesome.
But I guess it does come down to personal preference. Some kids seem to like these more than Plum, and there are more varieties available. For example, the spinach, mango, and pear food is made up predominately of pear. These have no added sugars which are sometimes used as preservatives and not diluted with water. Some people complain about the sugar content, but that makes no sense. Unfortunately, like Happy Tot, the labels are slightly misleading. Any of the varieties that contain apple are primarily apple.
Apples are cheap compared to the other stuff, so I get it, though. I really like the packaging, though! Buying your own stuff and making food is an awesome alternative! The simplest way is to use a baby food maker; I wrote a guide on choosing them. Apples top the list, along with peaches, celery and potatoes. You can find the full list here. Personally, I like the idea of doing both. Do you make your own baby food? If not, do you stick to organic food?
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