The Story Of Three: NurturMe Review

Wednesday, April 24, 2013

NurturMe Review


Eating healthier as a family requires that we cook more meals at home, choose the right foods & ingredients at the grocery store & purchase fruits & veggies that are organic. It is very important that both of my children get their daily servings of fruits & veggies & I was happy to introduce Little Sister C to NurturMe! 

NurturMe has created a line of nurturmeals for infants & toddlers starting at 4 months all the way up to 4 years old! These are dried organic foods, gluten-free, contain no GMO's & the packing is BPA free! I was sent a variety of nurturmeals to try like squash-bananas-green kale, sweet potatoes oatmeal-bananas, protein-packed quinoa & crisp apples. For infants you can mix it up with breast milk, water or formula to create a puree for your baby to enjoy. Toddlers can get the extra nutrition they need by just mixing nurturmeals in with their foods. 

My daughter enjoyed classic oatmeal for breakfast one morning & it was so easy to add the crisp apples into her oatmeal. Just open, add in, stir & let your little one enjoy! Nurturmeals are great for on the go as well, just toss them in your diaper bag & you will have them on hand for the next meal!





Yum-a-roo's is a new 100% dried fruit & veggie snack & is arriving in May! Little Sister C tried out the caribbean crop & I think these have become her new favorite toddler snack! She had no problem gobbling up these bite sized nutrition bites, I will be sure to buy some as soon as they hit store shelves!


You can purchase NurturMe online or at Whole Foods, Target & BabiesRus stores! Stay connected with NurturMe on Facebook & Twitter



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(I was sent the above items for my review, all opinions are my own &  no other compensation was received) 

3 comments:

Robin O said...

We received a sample of the banana packet, and I was quite pleased. We hope to try some of the others--especially the oatmeal ones!

VickeC said...

I would love to try this an see if the grandkids would eat it,,would prefer that they eat this instead of junk

FireRunner2379 said...

I wish my kids liked more vegetables. I am the one to blame for not pushing certain things as they grew up. I always had in the back of my mind that when I was their age I did the same thing and eventually grew out of it. I consider myself almost vegetarian, if there is such a thing. I only eat meat about once a week and its usually something really lean like chicken or turkey. Then there's the craving for the greasy cheeseburger every once in a while!