Highly nutritious containing a good mix of iron, calcium, fiber, and protein
Easy to digest and curbs frequent hunger pangs
Helps in weight gain
ByGrandma Kids Growth Porridge Mix - Ragi and Oats For 12+ months
Ragi is considered as one of the healthiest grains for babies as it has the highest calcium content in comparison to any other grains. And if the ragi is sprouted, it increases the calcium content by almost 20%. Along with Calcium and iron, it helps in increasing the antioxidant levels and B12. On the other hand, Oats is a good source of Magnesium, fiber, Copper, Iron, zinc and other Vitamins. This Ragi and Oats porridge is packed full of nutrients and easy to digest.
Ingredients: Sprouted Ragi and Oats Direction to use:
Take 100 ml water in a bowl and add one big spoon of ByGrandma’s Sprouted Ragi and Oats Porridge Mix and make it in a watery consistency. To make sure there are no lumps, keep stirring while adding the Sprouted Ragi and Oats Porridge powder.
You can take the vessel to a stove and put it on medium flame. Keep Stirring constantly for 3 to 5 minutes.
To make it more flavourful and exciting for your baby, you can add some natural sweetener like palm candy for taste (Optional)
The Ragi and Oats Porridge is all set to fill your baby’s tummy!
Helps in weight gain, highly nutritious, easy to digest, a good source of iron, calcium, fiber and other vitamins and minerals
How it can be a supplement to baby:
Give your little ones a healthy and balanced diet full of vitamins and essential nutrients. ByGrandma’s Sprouted Ragi and Oats Porridge offers your baby essential vitamins and minerals like fat, sodium, carbohydrates, dietary fiber, protein, vitaminc, calcium and iron. Oatmeal is easy to digest for their underdeveloped digestive systems. The high dietary fiber content in the porridge is very effective for the babies who are prone to constipation. Please consult your health professional for advice.
How it can be a supplement to breastfeeding mothers:
After delivery, it is very important to have sufficient key nutrients in the mother’s diet. A study found that low iron levels can cause a decrease in milk supply. Oatmeal is a good source of iron. It is recommended to add a bowl of oatmeal to a breastfeeding mothers diet as it increases the milk supply. We make sure that both mother and the child get all the nutritional requirements to build their immune system.