As featured in Mother & Baby Magazine October 2017.
A healthy diet is synonymous with a healthy lifestyle. This holds true for a healthy pregnancy as well. Eating right from the get go nourishes your baby and aids in the overall development. It sets the stage for mothers to maintain a healthy and steady weight gain, and avoid a series of health issues which can crop up with an unhealthy pregnancy diet. Here’s everything you need to know:
Age old Indian super foods are making a big comeback and the hero amongst cereals is Ragi. High in protein and calcium, it is popular choice of grain for babies. There pancakes are delicious and quick to make. Serve it as a breakfast or snack.
“Mumma give me something tasty, quickly, I am very hungry!” These were words I had spoken so often as a child and now as a mother, I hear it too.
Ragi is a super cereal and in recent times has come to the forefront as an essential part of a child’s diet. These 5 ingredient ragi cookies are a great travel snack or can be used as a snack filler.
Baby its cold outside. All you need to keep warm this winter is some of our delicioud carrot & apple soup. An unusual combination but one that is warm and delicious.
Contribution by Ankita Jain (@therainbowplatter)
South Indian food is a favourite with most kids. This variation using ragi flour makes it a super healthy option. You can serve this as often as your child likes for a nutrition packed meal.
Kids are fussy eaters and mothers are always trying to get the most nutrition from every bite. A fun way of presenting food, piques curiosity in kids and they are most likely to give a new dish a try. Your little one will quite enjoy this variation to a popular snack.