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Saturday, October 29, 2011

apple puree for his breakfast...

Kenapa sy pilih puree apple? Sbb apple jer yg slalu ade dlm fridge..so tahap kerajinan sy mmg xleh nk dsangkal lg la kalau brgnye dh ade depan mata..hihih. How i make it? So simple & easy recipe but healthy...

Directions:

a half cut of apple (core, peel, cut into small piece)

2 teaspoon bby cereal (i used nestle plain bby cereal coz it easy for me to mix with any fresh fruits i like)

1 teaspoon plain water

1 teaspoon formula milk

Blend all above items and ready to serve:)

The Goodness of Apples for Baby:

"An Apple a Day" as the old saying goes is indeed good for your health. Apples are truly a wonder fruit and they may be one on your baby's first foods.
One of the most important nutritional components of Apples is that they contain two types of fiber; insoluble fiber and soluble fiber. Both the insoluble fiber in apples and their soluble fiber pectin, help maintain bowel regularity (thus helping to prevent diverticulosis and colon cancer). The insoluble fiber works like roughage, while the soluble fiber (pectin), helps keep the bowels regular (avoiding constipation, avoiding diarrhea) and specifically affects the makeup of the stool.  Pectin will firm up the stool as it is a soluble fiber.
While the study of apples' health benefits is still in very early stages, research to date suggests that apples and apple nutrients may play a role in promoting human health in a number of ways. Apples may help maintain good healthy by promoting cardiovascular health by lowering LDL cholesterol and inhibiting LDL oxidation, and reducing the risk of certain types of stroke; maintaining a healthy weight, as part of a low-fat, fiber-rich diet; promoting lung health, by countering the effects of oxidative damage; promoting prostate, liver and colon health, by inhibiting the growth of related cancer tumors; and promoting bone health, by providing a good source of the dietary mineral boron. 1
Nutrients in Apples (one medium apple)
VITAMINS:
Vitamin A - 73 IU
Vitamin C - 9 mg
Folate (important during pregnancy) - 4 mcg
Vitamin E - .66 IU
MINERALS:
Potassium - 158 mg
Calcium - 9.5 mg
Phosphorus - 9.5 mg
Magnesium - 7 mg
Selenium - .4 mg
Also contains small amounts of iron, manganese, copper and zinc.


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