Grains are the basis of the diet, as for the adults, and for smallest as well.
Carbohydrates are the basis of the diet because it is precisely this group of foods rich in sugar and starch, the basic source of energy for the human body. They are the main “food” for the brain, so it is clear that a diet without fruits, vegetables, grains and legumes simply can not be imagined.
Fruit and vegetable foods are extremely high nutritive composition. Their main role in the human diet rich in vitamins and minerals. In addition, fruits and vegetables also contain a relatively high proportion of dietary fiber, especially those soluble in water, which will be useful in softening of constipation of your baby.
TIP: Fruits and vegetables are recommended to be washed very well and boiled. There are two reasons of cooking:
– Disinfection – removing bacteria and various other microorganisms that can be found on / in the fruits and vegetables and
– Increasing digestibility – thermal treatment termination strong relationships within the structure of foods, so that partial decomposition harder digestible nutrients provides an easier and better digestion of fiber-rich foods.
Legumes are rich in protein, complex carbohydrates and fiber. These include beans, chickpeas, soybeans and peas, which are considered somewhat more palatable species, while beans and lentils are more difficult to digest. Legumes as porridge nutritionally are best to be combined with grains such as non-meat meal, a child can get a complete amino acid profile.
Many first porridge … cereal!
For adults and the smallest ones, grains are the basis. As source are easily accessible and well-usable energy and give us their presence in the diet which is very important. Traditionally, among the first crops to be introduced in the supplemental feeding are: infants rice, corn, then wheat and oats, millet, barley and rye, but now in addition to the above grains, which are commonly used in the diet of our region, are becoming increasingly popular and those less well-known names and origin, pseudo cereals, i.e, buckwheat, amaranth and quinoa, nutritionally interesting because amino acid composition and rich content of micronutrients.
New Lino foods meet all the mentioned nutritional requirements of their tenderest age children. Are safe and practical for the first installment of your baby, even outside the home, and contain a high proportion of fruit. They do not contain gluten and added sugars, a source of vitamins and minerals and easily digestible and nutritious.