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Earth's Best Organic Infant Cereal Whole Multi-Grain -- 8 oz


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Earth's Best Organic Infant Cereal Whole Multi-Grain -- 8 oz

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Earth's Best Organic Infant Cereal Whole Multi-Grain Description

  • No GMOs
  • Grown Without Potentially Harmful Pesticides or Herbicides
  • Oats, Spelt and Barley Blend
  • Easily Digestible • Iron Fortified
  • No Genetically Modified Ingredients
  • USDA Organic

All Babies Begin Life Wholesome...Feed Them Accordingly

From the first spoonful on, you can be sure you baby's rapidly developing little body is getting only organic nutrition. We take extra steps with our cereal and all our baby foods to ensure your little one gets onthe The Best From the Earth™.

  • Certified organic grown without potentially harmful pesticides or herbicides
  • Made with No Genetically Modified Ingredients
  • Unsalted and unsweetened
  • Only Whole Grain
  • No artificial colors or flavors

Organic & Made with No Genetically Modified Ingredients

The long term effects of potential pesticide residues are not fully understood, but we do know that the risks are real, especially for infants and children. That's why Earth's Best Organic® Brand brings you only oragnic foods grown without potentially harmful pesticides or herbicides. Earth's Best Organic® Brand is also never made with genetically modified ingredients.

 

Iron Fortified

We fortify our cereals with iron because it is so crucial to early development. Pediatricians recommend the introduction of iron-rich foods, including fortified cereals, to help maintain adequate iron levels for both breast fed and formula fed infants.

 

Whole Grain Goodness

Unlike processed grains, whole grains are not stripped of nutritients, giving your baby a gentle, digestible cereal.


Directions

Simply Mix & Serve

  1. Pour desired amount of cereal in a bowl
  2. Stir in liquid (breast  milk, formula or water).
  3. Mix to desired consistency.
  4. Serve as is or warm.
  5. Discard any remaining cereal from feeding.

For Baby's First Feeding

Mix 1 tablespoon of dry cereal with 3-4 tablespoons of breast milk or formula. Increase liquid to reach desired consistency. Gradually increase serving amount over next several feedings.

 

Microwave Guidelines

  1. Heat liquid of choice on medium (50%) power for 15 to 30 seconds.
  2. Pour and Mix heated liquid thoroughly with cereal to even out temperature.
  3. TEST temperature before serving.

** NOTE: Breast milk should not be microwaved as it breaks down its composition.

 

Store in a cool dry place. Use within 30 days of opening.

Free Of
GMOs, pesticides, herbicides, artificial colors or preservatives, unsalted, unsweetened.

*These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.


Nutrition Facts
Serving Size: 4 Tbsp. (14 g)
Servings per Container: 16
Amount Per Serving% Daily Value
Calories60
Total Fat0.5 g2%
   Saturated Fat0 g
   Trans Fat0 g
Cholesterol0 mg0%
Sodium0 mg0%
Total Carbohydrate11 g11%
   Dietary Fiber2 g
   Total Sugars3 g
    Includes Added Sugars0 g
Protein2 g9%
Vitamin D0 mcg0%
Calcium5 mg2%
Iron6.3 mg60%
Potassium50 mg8%
Vitamin E0.8 mg15%
Other Ingredients: Organic whole grain barley flour, organic whole grain oat flour, organic whole grain spelt (wheat) flour, alpha amylase (enzyme), tocopherols (vitamin E), electrolytic iron.
Contains:wheat.
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With all of the meal prepping everyone is doing these days, it’s important not to let snacks fall by the wayside. Snacks are a huge part of our daily diets: they curb hunger between meals and can also be quite good for us if done correctly. Healthy snacking is a must and needs to be full of nutrients and vitamins. Incorporate these 10 healthy snacking strategies into your daily meal planning to make sure you’re on the right track.

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1. Make up for missing nutrients

Smart snacking is the perfect way to fill any nutritional gaps you may have during the day. Review your daily meal plan and see if you are low on or missing nutrients. For example, low on protein, calcium or iron? Add a mid-morning or afternoon snack of Greek yogurt or jerky to fill that gap.

2. Know your snack funds

Everyone’s daily calorie count is different, so calculate your daily needs and then decide how much you can afford for snacks. Say your daily calorie count is 1,500; allot between 350 and 400 calories each for breakfast, lunch and dinner, and then assign between 150 and 200 calories for each snack.

3. Be prepared

Planning ahead and always having a smart snack available can be a lifesaver. If you find yourself starving, it’s easy to impulsively grab a candy bar at the checkout line or vending machine. Instead, keep healthy snacks in your pocketbook, gym bag and even your car’s glove compartment. Some good options include protein bars, nuts and granola bars.

4. Plate it

Putting your healthy snack on a nice (small) plate can help with portion control. We all know eating straight out of a box or bag can get you in trouble. Add a cup of green tea or coffee and it becomes a special treat. For instance, you could pair protein pretzels with a small orange and herbal green tea.

5. Watch the low-fat snacks

Just because a snack is labeled “low fat” doesn’t mean it’s low in calories. Studies have shown that people tend to overeat low-fat snacks thinking they’re lower in calories. Often, in low-fat snacks, the fat is replaced with sugar. Always read the label because, sometimes, the full-fat version is the better option.

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Pack snacks that will give you energy for your workouts as well as long work days. Pass on the quick snacks with empty calories, such as cookies, crackers and sugary sweets. Instead, choose a slower-digesting snack of quality protein, carbs and healthy fats for a longer-lasting energy boost. Homemade trail mix and natural nut butter on an apple, sprouted bread, or a nut-and-rice cracker are solid choices.

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8. Grab and go

Pre-packaged snacks are a great convenience, and chances are, you’re likely to stop after one bag. One tip is to make sure to read the labels, checking the sugar, fat and salt content before deciding. Even better — make your own snacks and divide into single-serve portions in reusable containers. If you’d rather purchase, the following prepackaged snacks work well:

9. Have a protein-carb combo

Instead of munching on a plain stack of crackers, add a little protein. Protein-rich foods break down slower in the body and help to fill you up while healthy carbs deliver energy to the brain and body and keep blood sugar from dropping. Good ideas include roasted chickpeas or edamame and walnuts with pears.

10. Be careful with bedtime snacking

Heading to bed hungry can affect your sleep quality, and you'll be starving in the morning. Evening snacks are best if they are lower in calories and contain tryptophan and protein. Go for something like a whole-grain, complex-carb cereal with a little milk, a banana or non-fat Greek yogurt flavored with one tablespoon of plant-based protein powder.

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