- Contains a cereal for Baby and toddler rice in a pack of 6 The mixed fruit made with Natural whole grain is completely nutritious Organic whole grain cereals are USDA certified Ideal for babies throughout their first year Vita blocks for infants are nutrient blend of essential vitamins and minerals An excellent source of Iron, Zinc and B6 vitamins for infants
- Pack of six, 8-ounces per unit (total of 48 ounces)
- Mixed fruit with natural whole grain for complete nutrition
- Excellent source of iron, zinc and b6 vitamins for infants
- Ideal for babies throughout their first year
- USDA organic
Not just for babies! Love it for nausea/stomach bugs
However, I AM a teacher, and thus tend to get more than my fair share of stomach illnesses during the school year. The past few months, I also needed to take a presciption medication that made me nauseous regularly.
This remains as THE ONLY FOOD that I can hold down when I am ill and recovering from a stomach bug. It is gentle, mild flavored, completely smooth, can be mixed to any consistency (from ‘smoothie’-like to paste-like)…and it just stays down. Doctors always say to start back on food with that “BRAT” diet — banana, rice, applesauce, toast — well, this seems to have 3/4 of those in 1 box!
As a bonus, it has excellent nutritional value — gives you some vitamins and such, versus when you only eat plain rice or toast. It gets me back on my feet much sooner…and it takes almost no effort to make it (important to me, since when I’m sick, I don’t want to be ‘vertical’ any longer than I have to!) I usually just mix it with water, which works wonderfully (I stay away from dairy if I’m ill). You can eat it cold or warm. I find it to be kind of soothing when I’m under the weather.
It doesn’t spoil, and I always keep some on hand just because you never know when you’ll get sick (or at least I don’t, what with students sneezing in my face!!) 😉
Finally, I must admit that I think it’s YUMMY! I do wish they still made just the banana rice kind — I wonder why they discontinued that, which I remember having as far back as the 1970s? But this is pretty close.
I’ll admit to having a little bowl of it now or then just as comfort food! 🙂