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Baby Food For Older Babies

Reviewing: Nestle Cerelac Chicken & Vegetables  |  Rating:
poshpost By poshpost on
Badge: Advisor | Level: 16 | Children & Parenting Expertise:

I was browsing through the grocery aisles today to look for more varied food stuff for my growing baby and I discovered that Nestle Cerelac has the Stage 3 variants. I got the Chicken and Vegetables flavor, because actually I have already fed my baby that. But I like products like Cerelac because these are fortified with vitamins. This dry cereal is specifically for infants ages 8-24 months, but my baby has already eaten chicken since 7 months.

I like the smell of this product, it is palatable. Also the texture is just enough, it is already not so smooth because it is already for older infants. My baby has her teeth growing already so she should be ready for more textured foods. And most of all, Cerelac doesn't have preservatives, though I am not sure if the ingredients are organic.

This variant contains DHA, CHE (something that aids in the breaking down of rice and wheat for baby's easy digestion), iron, fiber, protein, carbohydrates, and a host of other vitamins.

The main ingredients of the cereal are rice flour, soya flour, sugar, chicken meat, onion, carrots, and spinach. I like the fact that it is already a complex food so that my bab's digestion will already get used to more complicated foods that she will need to have as she grows.

Moreover, this is very affordable. A 120-gram pack costs less than a dollar. I like this packaging so that I can buy other flavors and so that my baby can be able to have varied foods all the time.