Corn - Mila's Meals
Introduction age, nutrient content and preparation information for sweet corn (mielie). Corn is not a nutrient-dense food but it does contain phytonutrients and is a good source of pantothenic acid, phosphorus, niacin, dietary fibre, manganese, and vitamin B6.
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Corn

Introduction age, nutrient content and preparation information for sweet corn (aka Mielie)

Ingredient info coming soon!

 

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Mila’s Meals: The Beginning & The Basics has a comprehensive ingredient glossary for all 156 ingredients used in the recipes. Including information on selection, storage, preparation, nutrient content, health benefits, introduction age and allergen status.

 

See an example of a complete web glossary listing here >>

 

(the book glossary does not have the images or product links)

Corn is not a nutrient-dense food but it does contain phytonutrients and is a good source of pantothenic acid, phosphorus, niacin, dietary fibre, manganese, and vitamin B6.

 

Even though it’s not a nutrient-dense food, it’s included because corn on the cob is just such a great food for little ones who are teething!

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