• Cow's milk

    Why should I wait until my baby is at least 1 year old to introduce cow's milk? What is known as a fact, may change the next day. Milk is one of these facts that have changed in time. Today...

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  • Finger foods

    What are finger foods? The answer to this question is easy. You may call any bite size, easy to eat pieces that your baby can pick up with his hands and eat by himself finger food. Finger foods...

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  • Food groups and benefits

    Dairy products: Cheese, yoghurt, butter, kephir... These are the calcium sources of children since childhood. Dairy products are rich in protein. Calcium is the most important mineral for...

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  • Introducing dried fruits

    One of the questions that trouble us as our babies start eating solids is: "When can my baby eat dried fruits?" There is a lot of hesitation about this issue since dried fruits are...

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  • List of vitamins-minerals

    VITAMIN A: Fish, egg yolk, vegetable oil and green-yellow vegetables like apricot, carrot, tomato, spinach, broccoli, peach are rich in Vitamin A.   VITAMIN C: Dark green vegetables...

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  • Whole grains

    What is whole grain? Grains maintain three parts: The bran that is rich in fiber: Fibers that contain Vitamin B, minerals, protein and vegetable substances that occur naturally and good for...

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  • Sugar

    What is the role of sugar in development of your baby? Between the age of 0 and 3, it is extremely important that you include foods that are rich in  iron, protein and foods that are good...

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  • Starch based sugar

    What is starch-based sugar (NBS)? Starch is a sugar molecule composed of the sugar glucose. It is produced by chemically processing the cornstarch. Starch is converted into glucose and then the...

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