A Healthy Start Begins with a Healthy Gut!
Supports the Digestive System
Enhanced absorption of nutrients for a more balanced immune system. Prebiotic fibre from quinoa, vegetables and fruits.
High Quinoa Content - 9g per 100g
Plant-based protein. 9 essential amino acids.
Low in Natural Sugars
Similar to breastmilk - 7g per 100g.
Dairy and Gluten Free
Free from 14 allergens. No preservatives, no additives.
Pouches made from 80% plant materials and produced using solar energy.
Rainbow of Natural Ingredients
Vegetables, fruits, and essential nutrients.
Focus on Positive
Nutrition for Optimal
GOOD GUT HEALTH
BACKED BY SCIENCE
Quinoa is a seed that contains all 9 essential amino acids needed for healthy growth and development.
Quinoa is rich in essential fatty acids, including omegas 3 and 6, which can boost immunity and are anti-inflammatory.
Quinoa promotes the growth of good gut bacteria for healthy child development.
Quinoa contains essential nutrients, including plant-based iron, calcium, magnesium, manganese, and B vitamins, such as folate.
Quinoa contains fibre, which feeds good gut microbes and keeps digestive systems moving... but it’s also low in FODMAPS (short-chain carbohydrates that the small intestine absorbs poorly), so gentle on the gut.
Quinoa is packed with powerful phytochemicals that can make us healthier!
Quinoa is naturally gluten free... so suitable for sensitive babies and coeliacs.
Quinoa contains many essential vitamins and minerals, including plant-based iron, calcium, magnesium, and manganese.
THE FIRST 1000 DAYS ARE CRITICAL FOR HEALTHY GUT DEVELOPMENT... “PROGRAMMING” YOUR BABY FOR A LIFETIME OF BETTER HEALTH
SUPPORTING YOUR BABY'S
“As a registered nutritionist, I believe that quinoa is a great
food to introduce to your baby from the first stages of
weaning, to help provide them with all the nutrients they need
as they rapidly grow and develop."
We have expertly designed our baby weaning products so that you can feel confident that you’re giving your baby the best start in life. What your baby eats when they are first weaned and during their first year of life may have a significant impact on their health as adults... effectively the nutrients they consume as a baby can help to programme their health as an adult.
Catherine Jeans Dip ION mBANT CNHC
Registered Nutritionist and Family Health Specialist
You can find out more about Catherine on her website http://www.thefamilynutritionexpert.com
Quinoa-derived products and their individual chemical constituents have demonstrated biological activities with various applications to benefit human health. Quinoa therefore has the potential to provide nutrition and medicine to millions of malnourished or health-impaired people worldwide.
Source: National Institutes of Health
The excellent nutritional value of this Andean grain means it is now recognized worldwide as a health-promoting food, and there is increasing interest in it amongst scientific researchers.
Source:Nascimento et al., 2014, Peñas et al., 2014, Repo-Carrasco-Valencia et al., 2010
The high nutritional value, medicinal properties, and gluten-free quality of quinoa may benefit several at-risk consumer populations, including infants, children, the elderly, high-performance athletes, lactose-intolerant consumers, and people with anaemia, diabetes, dyslipidemia, and obesity.
Source: Bhargava et al. 2006; Vega-Galvez et al. 2010
Scientists around the globe are recognising the potential health benefits and plant power that quinoa possesses. We want to bring these benefits to your family right from the early stages of weaning, so that you can enjoy a lifetime of good health together.
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What makes nutrient dense food?
How do you know if a food is good for your child or not? Does it tell you on the label? The ingredients list? The number of calories? Or do you look for the nutrient tables or traffic lights system? As parents and guardians, it can be so confusing to know if you’re making the right choices or not.
There are certain types of foods that are nutrient dense, because they provide a significant proportion of the key nutrients that are required for healthy development. A rainbow of vegetables, fruits, grains, and oils provides important nutrients and phytochemicals, essential fatty acids are critical for a baby’s brain growth and development
Children up to the age of 5 years are undergoing a period of rapid growth in their muscles, body tissues, and brain development. Their nutritional needs vary every month, and they need specific nutrients to support their growth.