Baby Food Recipe
Make your own Healthy Babyfood
Baby food should not be different from anything you would want to eat. Taste most bought baby food and it tastes awful. Plus many of them are filled with fillers like cornstarch, which has no nutrition and now it’s poisonous because corn and soy are GMO and therefore has bacterial-DNA in it. (Non-organic Milk is also GMO because they feed GMO feeds to the cows).
And all this despite the high price. Making your own babyfood is very easy. Just make it into ‘ice cubes” and store in the freezer.
For young babies, have only one ingredient at a time, until their digestive system gets used to it. Each new food item is doing to your baby’s digestive system what adding a new exercise is like to your muscles.
All you do is boil the vegetables gently in a little water, or steam them. Add maybe one grain of celtic sea salt every now and again (non breast-fed toddlers need salt too – it’s in their blood). Then blend them, with the water you used, to keep all vitamins. Use what you need now.
Then put the rest in an icecube tray. Freeze them. After they are frozen, get them out of the cubes and store them in the freezer in containers marked with the ingredients and date. To defrost, get them out earlier or put in a warm saucepan with a little water.
DO NOT EVER MICROWAVE ANY FOOD OR WATER, ESPECIALLY BABY FOOD.
Apples (These would be best done raw. Just blend them).
Cottage cheese (Must be organic so it’s not GMO)(don’t cook this one)
Brown rice (Non-GMO)
Lentils (soaked for 8 hours before cooking to sprout them and make them easier to digest)
Beans (soaked for 8 hours before cooking to sprout them and make them easier to digest).
As they get older, you can add a drop of other things they need, like essential fatty acids (cold pressed sunflower or flaxseed oil).
I made all my own baby food when I raised my son. And muscle testing made it easy to find out what was good and what was negative for his body. His body told me not to give him fruit – probably because it has too much sugar).
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