Fun Facts About Peaches

Fun Facts About Peaches

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Today I’m going to talk to you about our Yellow Peach & Pear Puree.

We use South Aussie ingredients as much as we can and this puree is 100% South Aussie! The peaches we use are from Riverlands which is about 2 hours northeast from Adelaide. The pears and apples we use are from the Adelaide Hills which is approx 1 hour from where we do our cooking.

We get our fruits in as quickly as we can from the farms and get our cook on so they keep as much of there freshness as possible.

Check out some fun facts about peaches

Peaches are roughly 8000 years old and are believed to originated in China, The first records of peaches coming to south Australia are back in 1836 which is almost 200 years ago, so we might have a few trees that are that old.

Packed full of antioxidants and nutrients for your growing baby!

Based on 150gm or roughly a medium-sized peach there is

  • 17% vitamin c
  • 10% vitamin a
  • 2 grams of fibre
  • And plenty more!

It may aid with digestion.

If your little one is having issues with doing number 2, this might help with the fibre that peaches have it could help loosen the stool slightly and hopefully stop some constipation.

It may help protect your skin.

It helps protect against UV damage skin and helps keep the skin moist. Although your little one shouldn’t be spending to much time in the sun directly this can help slightly

The Aus Gov does recommend using sunscreen on your little ones when outdoors. It is up to you if you choose to use it or not.

It may help reduce allergy symptoms

When your body is exposed to an allergen(such as soy, wheat, gluten, etc), it releases histamines, or chemicals made by your immune system to help rid your body of the allergen.

Research shows that peaches may help reduce allergy symptoms by preventing the release of histamines in the blood.

May boost immunity

Peaches are rich in immune-boosting nutrients and antioxidants

May Reduce blood sugar levels

Studies have shown that compounds in peaches may help prevent high blood sugar levels.

Though it is recommended that you should only have about 40grams of fruit a day, 3 or 4 times a week (source)


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