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Baby/Toddler Nutrition

Hidden Names for MSG and Free Glutamic Acid

Posted by Stephanie Goh on

I am writing this entry from my perspective of a mum who advocates that whole foods are always best for children (or everyone for that matter), and if processed/packaged foods can make our lives easier, we definitely can be more discerning when selecting food products to put into our kids. I am here to empower you with the knowledge, and not play the blame game or shame anyone. Enjoy your read! Let's break down MSG and learn how to look for it in our kids' foods! Many of us, including myself, are feeding these foods to our kids without even...

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How To Season BLW Dishes?

Posted by Stephanie Goh on

BLW dishes can be made more flavourful by adding some seasoning! Here is how you can enhance the flavours of your baby's food. 1. Corn powder to enhance the sweetness of carrots 2. Mushroom powder to add umami to chicken wings 3. Send them all to steam! 4. Mashed potatoes with butter, chicken powder and a sprinkle of garlic powder  

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How To Feed A Picky Eater

Posted by SG Homemade on

A toddler is naturally a picky eater. Yes, you heard me right. In their first year, babies experience rapid growth that makes them triple their birth weight on average. During their toddler years, children gain weight less slowly, hence they require less food. Taking into consideration that your children will be more mobile, and doing many other "important" activities like exploring their environment, they tend to be less interested in food as well. It will be easier on the parent if food is made into snacks rather than a full-fledged meal, since they can't get their butts stuck to their...

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Is Baby Ready For Solid Foods?

Posted by SG Homemade on

  Your baby's age does not determine his readiness for solid foods. It is best to wait until baby is at least 6 months of age to begin the introduction of solid foods. Starting solid foods later allows the digestive tract to have time to mature, reducing the risk of unpleasant reactions like digestive upsets, constipation, or gas. According to Singhealth, developmental readiness includes the following: Able to hold head up and maintain a steady upright position, which is important for spoon-feeding Sits well when supported Makes chewing motion and is able to move food from front to back of mouth...

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