Start with solid foods, as the blueberry, is a new experience for our children, because experience flavors and textures than breast milk or regular formula.

When our children begin to eat solid foods, it is difficult for us as parents to know what foods are safe and which ones are not. Certain foods pose a health risk to babies under one year of age, others are not soft enough for our children, and others may overlook an allergy risk , and one of the best foods are the blueberries.


Blueberries are a type of fruit full of vitamins, fiber and antioxidants and are perfectly safe to give your baby around eight months of age, are very healthy for your child and served with other foods for breakfast or lunch, or just as a snack.

Even the four to six months of age, the stomach of your baby is not ready or fully developed to handle anything other than breast milk or formula, so that doctors recommend waiting until that age to start solid foods your baby.

Blueberries contain vitamin C, flavonoids, tannins and anthocyanins, which are powerful antioxidants and protect the body against inflammation and free radicals.

Blueberries can support brain health by increasing the enzymes, so they grow new nerve cells in the brain. Due to the high levels of antioxidants, blueberries have a great ability to protect low-density lipoprotein or bad cholesterol from oxidation. The antioxidant properties of wild blueberries help protect against cancer and stroke, and protect the vision of eye diseases.

The anthocyanins in cranberries have been shown to increase the effects of vitamin C, enhancing capillaries resistance, stabilize connective tissue in the body, and can help to prevent urinary tract infections, and can improve blood circulation and protect your heart.