Avocado, a popular first food among BabyCenter parents, is rich in healthy unsaturated fats that promote brain development and has a fat composition similar to that of breast milk.
With its abundance of potassium, fiber, vitamins B6 and C, and magnesium, this convenient fruit makes a great grab-and-go snack.
Packed with flavonoids that promote eye, brain, and urinary tract health, blueberries are a rich source of antioxidants.
Broccoli is a nutrient-rich vegetable that can expand your baby's tastes and encourage a love of green vegetables.
Lentils, a cheap and protein-packed legume, make a pleasing mush for baby bites and are rich in fiber.
Red and dark poultry meat are ideal first foods for babies due to their high protein, zinc, and easily absorbable iron content.
Add pureed prunes to your baby's diet to aid digestion and keep things moving, as they are soft, sweet, full of fiber, and can help with constipation.
Sweet potatoes, popular first foods for babies, are rich in beta-carotene, vitamin C, and minerals like iron and copper.
Winter squashes like butternut, acorn, and pumpkin are rich in beta-carotene, great for eyes, and vitamin C, with a creamy texture and natural sweetness.
Introduce plain whole-milk yogurt to your baby at 4 to 6 months for healthy bones and teeth, choosing a brand with live cultures and necessary calories from fat.