Showing posts with label e.excel babies. Show all posts
Showing posts with label e.excel babies. Show all posts

Tuesday, September 29, 2015

Welcome My Baby Boy

Would like to share a good news to all that my second lovely child, has finally arrived to say Hi to mummy after 38 weeks of stay in my womb. 😊 

He weighed 2.9kg, born 2 weeks earlier than the EDD! =) 

Day 2

Day 9

Day 11

I was glad that my boy didn't developed jaundice after birth. It saved my hassle to go back hospital also. 

Day 23 (me and my boy)

During full month 

My boy is another "E.Excel baby" as all my nourishment during my pregnancy came from E.Excel wholesome plant food! :) 

How I nourish myself during pregnancy? See below:


Tuesday, August 12, 2014

Her morning breakfast - Soy Milk

Nutrifresh as her breakfast 

Why did I introduce Nutrifresh? To give her a plant-based soy bean milk in hope to replace her formula milk which has many synthetic vitamin fortification. 

Why i choose soy milk rather than cow's milk?


Soya bean + grape + banana + pineapple + asparagus + barley + broccoli + cabbage + cantaloupe + carrot + citrus peel + honeydew + peas + pear + peach + grapefruit + lemon + rice powder 

(No artificial coloring and preservative) 

Suitable for growing children from 6 months onwards.

I am glad she is GOOD with the taste!  :D 

Some parents may have concern of introducing many plant ingredients at one time. To me, i find it's okay to continue introducing as long as after first attempt she is not developing any allergies towards it. 

Furthermore, I have read that the latest AAAAI has come up with this recommendation on introducing allergen to infants:

This past January, however, the American Academy of Asthma, Allergy and Immunology (AAAAI) released a new set of recommendations on infant feeding practices to help prevent food allergy. The recommendations are based on the available observational research to date, and are the first guidelines to state that delaying introduction of foods like wheat, cow's milk dairy, eggs, fish and nuts may actually result in an increased risk of food allergy or eczema. - See more at:

Nutrifresh has been a very convenient source for me to prepare her for soy milk now! ;) 

See Why I choose Nutritional Immunology for myself and family?

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