Introducing Dambala (Winged Bean) to Baby

My daughter got her first taste of Winged Bean today; her 36th ingredient to try. Also known as Goa Bean or Asparagus Bean, this vegetable is a healthy addition to your baby’s diet and can be included in her lunch of rice, lentils, tubers, leaves, vegetables and meat.
Winged bean is a good source of vitamins and minerals including Copper, Iron, Manganese, Calcium, Vitamin B1, Vitamin A (which is a powerful antioxidant that prevents DNA damage), Vitamin C, Fiber, Phosphorus and Protein. It also contains Amino Acids, Tryptophan, Threonine, Isoleucine, Leucine, Lysine and Folate, which is an essential component for DNA-synthesis and cell-division.
The nutrients in winged beans will help your baby’s skin become healthy, improve vitality and mood, aid in the development of strong bones, help build immunity against infections, maintain blood vessel elasticity and promote digestion.

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