Air pollutants can come from a variety of sources. Nowadays, ambient outdoor pollution is no longer the only threat, but rather its household pollutants that raise health concerns. Most household pollutants cause noncommunicable diseases such as stroke, heart disease, chronic obstructive pulmonary disease and lung cancer. See below for the top places indoor pollution could […]
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School is back in session and so are the snacks! Check out a few of our favorite gluten alternatives below. Cauliflower Muffins – Delicious muffins don’t always contain gluten! Contrary to what you may think, there are several types of flours on the market that are gluten-free. This recipe uses coconut flour, so it adds […]
It’s no secret that air pollution is becoming an increasingly serious problem these days. Today, we’re breaking down how indoor air pollution can affect your baby and why an air purifier could be just the thing you needed for your nursery. The nursery is where the……pollution is. When we think of air pollution, most […]
Heads up! Today we’re talking about flat head syndrome, also known as plagiocephaly. Just like its name, it occurs when a flat spot develops on the back or side of an infant’s head. Why does it happen? Flat head syndrome can occur due to a baby’s bones not hardening until several months after birth. […]
Peanut butter has been given a run for its money the past few years. With so many nut butters on the market now, it can be overwhelming picking just one to take home for the week! Here’s the 411 on each to help you decide. Peanuts – This is the classic nut butter everyone […]
Homemade skincare anyone? After our blog showcasing what purees could double as face masks, it got us thinking, “Could we create tailored skincare with the Babycook?” The answer, was YES. Here are some of our favorite masks we created. Avocado Honey – It’s no secret Avocado has become immensely popular in the last few years. […]
At Beaba, we cover many aspects of motherhood. So, we decided to reach out to our friend Emily Westerfield at Gift of Life Surrogacy to give us a rundown on the general process of surrogacy, and what it entails. Keep reading to learn more about the process! Did you know that more than 1 in […]
A healthy, vegan twist on a toddler classic. Fall has arrived and so have the fall recipes your toddler is sure to love!
Need a quick, but nutritious meal on the go for your little one? Say hello to snack pots!
Maternity leave. Having it is great, returning from it can be daunting. We asked one BEABA mom to share her story about transition back to the workforce, post baby. Having your baby is bliss. Being with them every day is a dream. Then, as time goes by slowly but surely, you realize the clock […]
Your kitchen sponge may not be as clean as you think it is. Here’s what you need to know. The Truth As gross as it is, your kitchen sponge is most likely ridden with bacteria. A study found that kitchen sponges, both cleaned and uncleaned, had more bacteria than on your toilet. Let that […]
Baby all grown up? Not to worry, you can still use the Babycook! Here are a few of our favorite things to make with the Babycook that aren’t purees. Dips– From healthy ranch dressing, fresh hummus, guacamole dip, and authentic sauces galore are some of the easiest things to make! Simply place your ingredients […]
You OAT to try this simple, yet deliciously creamy non-dairy milk alternative.
Slip into Fall with this deliciously sweet puree, sans the unnatural sugar.
Ravioli can be enjoyed in more ways than one, so we decided to share a few of our favorite healthy option to try next time you’re cooking for the family! Mushroom & parmesan– If your little eater is picky about mushrooms, ravioli might be the way to win them over! Mushrooms are beneficial for […]
Soft as a baby’s bottom isn’t always true, especially in the case of what we’re talking about today. Cradle Cap is a common condition for newborns, which entails rough, scaly patches on the scalp. The good news is, cradle cap is common and most often harmless. In simpler terms, it’s also known as baby dandruff. […]
Edible flowers? That’s right! Rose has been found to have a plethora of antioxidants that can improve the skin, inflammation, among other things. Try it out in this delicious smoothie.
A dish loved by ALL kids, but with the addition of a few veggies! Mac n’ cheese is a great way to hide some veggies into your toddler’s meal. This recipe features cruciferous vegetables broccoli and cauliflower. Cruciferous vegetables have a plethora of health benefits.