Benefits of Organic Baby Food

Starting your little one down the path of eating organic baby food will give them the healthiest start imaginable as they begin their life's journey. Infants immune systems are still developing and introducing potentially harmful pesticides and toxins to their bodies could cause lifelong health problems effecting brain development and growth rate. 

There are many benefits to feeding your infant organic food;

  • Organic food tastes better, especially after getting used to not consuming foods with additives and GMO's.
  • Richer in vital nutrients and higher levels of vitamins.
  • Fewer chemicals and anti-biotics.
  • Higher concentration of omega-3 fatty acids.

Buying Organic Baby Food

Now more than ever there are a wide variety of choices to acquire organic baby food. From your everyday supermarket to specialty food stores to purchasing on line the options have never been greater for giving your baby the clean nutritious meals they deserve. There are also a multitude of recipes for making your own blend. (With organic ingredients of course!)

There are a number of outstanding baby food brands for you to compare and choose what is best for your child.  Some of the best are;

  • Gerber
  • Earths Best
  • Happy Baby
  • Beech-Nut
  • Plum Organics
  • Once Upon a Farm

All of these brands carry the USDA Organic seal and all offer a wide variety of styles and flavors. Whether shopping at a retail store or on line you are sure to find the one that is perfect for your baby.

Organic Homemade Baby Food

Another great option for feeding your infant organic food is to make it yourself. If you're the type that likes to cook and prepare food (and if you have the time) this could be a family fun way to feed your baby and you would have complete control over exactly what ingredients they are eating.  

Frozen Organic Baby Food

Whether you're making your own homemade puree or purchasing product from a retailer Frozen Organic Baby Food is an excellent alternative for your little ones nutritional needs. When picked at their peak and promptly frozen, produce will retain a higher nutritional value and can last longer. Although it may seem more expensive, when you compare the cost to that of jars or pouches of pre made food you are actually saving money. Make sure you thaw completely and prepare the food once it is ready. The meals you make on your own can be made into cubes and kept frozen for 1 - 3 months. Frozen food bought at the store will last about the same amount of time.