Baby Super Cereal 6+ Months - Banana
- Protein already inside. Just add water for a nutritious baby meal
- First cereal in the U.S. granted the Clean Label Project Purity Award
- Organic, whole plant-based, and free of gluten, dairy, soy, corn syrup, and GMOs
- A nutritious solid food providing a unique combination of plant protein, healthy fats, gluten free carbs with natural fibers, and 20+ essential vitamins and minerals.
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Baby cereals are recommended among the first solid foods to be introduced around 6 months, and at the beginning of the transition from liquid diet of breast milk or infant formula to solid complementary foods. Cereals provide some benefits to the growing nutritional need of infants at that age; they are excellent source of energy when exclusively breastfeeding can no longer supply all the nutritional requirements. Whole-food based cereals as Else super cereal are naturally high in fibers, which contribute to gut microbiota. Inclusion of iron-fortified cereal on a regular basis is an effective way to supply iron at the beginning of complementary feeding, when the infant’s iron stores are depleting. On top of all those, cereals are an excellent choice for transition to solids as they have mild taste with semi-solid texture and consistency.
Yes. Each serving of 15 g provides 2 mg of iron, which accounts for 15% of DV for babies aged 6-12 months.
Else Super Cereal is the only Clean Label Purity certified cereal, made with >80% Whole Food Ingredients: buckwheat, almonds and tapioca.
It is based on a unique combination of nutritionally balanced high-quality protein, healthy fats, gluten-free carbohydrates, and 20+ essential vitamins and mineralsa unique combination of nutritionally balanced high-quality protein, healthy fats, gluten-free carbohydrates, and over 20 essential vitamins and minerals.
The Dietary Guidelines for Americans recommend encouraging infants and toddlers to
consume a variety of complementary foods to meet energy and nutrient needs. Infant cereal, play an important role in meeting these nutrient needs during this life stage and should be offered as a part of a diverse daily menu between 1-2 servings per day.
Cereals are one of the first complementary foods for babies around 6 months and up. Those nutrient-dense, developmentally appropriate foods are recommended as a part of the transition from a liquid diet based on breast milk or infant formula to a solid diet based on a verity of foods and textures. Therefore, it is not recommended putting infant cereal or other solid foods in an infant’s bottle. This is also a part of the Dietary Guidelines for Americans to feed infants and young children with appropriate foods for their age and development to help prevent choking.