i am all about avocado as a first food. This buttery fruit-vegetable is rich in healthy unsaturated fats that help boost brain development. In fact, the fat composition of avocados is somewhat similar to that of breast milk
This vegetable contains fiber, calcium, and may even help ward off cancer. Introduce your baby to broccoli’s bold flavor early, and you’ll be expanding his tastes and encouraging a lifelong love of green vegetables.
Known as a good source of potassium, this grab-and-go fruit also contains vitamins B6 and C, calcium, and iron.
Serving ideas: Make banana and mango puree. Or, for your little one’s first smoothie, puree banana and peach chunks with whole-milk yogurt.
Carrots are another favorite first vegetable among new eaters. This is because carrots also have a sweet flavor. When baby eats carrots, they load up on Vitamin A, B, C and calcium to help make their bones stronger. They also contain potassium. Carrots are good for baby’s eyesight developing and can help strengthen the immune system against illness.
They are full of vitamin A and K to help build your baby’s immune system. Using green beans as the first green will help him or her get used to the taste of green vegetables and ease into the others.