Introducing Blueberry to Baby

Blueberries are considered a super-food and have a whole host of amazing nutrients in them. These berries are high in antioxidants and ascorbic acid or vitamin C. They also contain vitamin A, vitamin E, vitamin K and B complex vitamins. The blueberry is also full of fiber, magnesium, zinc, calcium, phosphorus and potassium.
My little one tasted blueberries for the first time, as the 80th ingredient to try, in these Organix Food Blueberry and Apple Baby Fruit Pots.
Blueberries help keep blood pressure under control, regulate blood circulation, support bone growth, promote a healthy heart, improve cognitive development, control free radicals, fight cancer and aids eye health. Even though blueberries are not considered an allergen and aren’t related to the rose berries family, you may want to hold off on its introduction until baby’s first birthday if he has just suffered a bout of eczema, has a history of chronic allergic reactions to new food, has a sensitive digestive system or has been clinically diagnosed with food allergies.

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