Organic sprouted aduzki beans help support baby’s healthy strength, stamina, & digestion.
- Protein-rich Foods
If you choose to offer animal foods to your child, you can make choices, regarding quality and nutritional value, to provide him with the healthiest options.
Given babies’ rapid growth in the first two years, they need a significantly more protein-dense diet than adults do. In his first year, your baby needs one gram of protein per pound of body weight.
My goal is to offer you cooking principles and general methods that can be used for a variety of foods. The basic principles in these recipes provide the foundation necessary to cook for your child’s first three years and older.
Plant-based protein-rich foods come from three basic groups: legumes, soy-based products (soybeans are a common type of legume high in protein), and nuts and seeds. They can be simply and creatively integrated into your baby’s first foods.
12 months +
If you plan to give your child animal food, this dish is a simple and nutritious protein-rich food for a starter.
6 months +
Silken tofu has a creamy, pudding-like texture, and is an easily digested first protein-rich food for your baby.
9 months +
Beans provide plant-based amino acids and are rich in nutrients. Cooking beans with kombu softens the protein and makes it more digestible.