Our Nutrition Guide for you
Finally your child is allowed to eat your common family food.
No difference to adult's food anymore. The best for you and your child is low-salted food.
First tastes with single pureed vegetables, afterwards several combined vegetables.
Different vegetables are good sources of different nutrients. Keep on varying the types of vegetables to make sure that your baby gets all important nutrients and to train the taste of your child - this increases the acceptance for a larger range of food during later infancy and toddlerhood.
First start with pureed white meat like Chicken or Turkey, introduction of red meat like Beef afterwards.
Fish is a good alternative to meat at least once a week, ideal is fat seafish like Salmon due to its high omega 3 fatty ratio.
Meat & fish should be cooked well-done.