Why Bone Broth Is Beneficial For Babies

Why Bone Broth Is Beneficial For Babies

Bone broth has been used in cooking for many years as a flavour-filled base, but what are the benefits of eating it? In this blog, we’ll explore what makes bone broth beneficial for babies and how to incorporate it into their diet.


Hair, Skin, Nails and Joints 

Bone broth contains Gelatin and Hyaluronic Acid, which are great for a number of reasons. Gelatin helps to nourish your baby’s hair and nails, while also supporting healthy digestion. Hyaluronic Acid helps to form collagen cushioning in our joints, as well as promotes hydration throughout the body.


Easy Absorbtion

Due to how well it is broken down throughout the cooking process, it’s much easier to absorb. This puts reduced strain on bub's digestive system, which helps to keep their little tummy happy. It also coats the gut lining which helps to mature the stomach.


Amino Acids

Bone broth is loaded with Amino Acids, which are great for brain function, immune system function, and reducing inflammation. As well as all over nourishment for the body. The follow-on effects of this are assistance with infections and better sleep for bub.


Loaded With Minerals

Lastly, it promotes healthy bone growth and formation from its variety of highly beneficial minerals. More specifically, it contains magnesium, silicon, calcium, phosphorous and sulphur.


Bone Broth In Babies Diet 

Now that you know just how much bone broth is beneficial for babies, how do you incorporate it into their diet? 

Bone broth can be added to most recipes to add flavour. Think soups, puree’s, sauces, bolognaise, risotto and much more. It can also be consumed on its own as a drink, just put it into bub’s favourite bottle or cup for them to sip on.

 

BONE BROTH COMING SOON TO TINYBEETS! 

TinyBeets will be adding a tasty and nutritious bone broth as part of our range soon. 

Please reach out to us at info@tinybeetsfoods.com.au if you have any questions or need help choosing the right meals for your bub.


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