Babies have a small stomach, so each mouthful of food needs to be as nutrient dense as possible and this pâté packs a nutritional punch.  To supercharge food, start with half a teaspoon mixed into their favourite meal and increase to a maximum 2 teaspoons each week.

How Chicken Liver Benefits Healthy Babies

Firstly, chicken liver is not red or white meat; instead, we classify it as organ meat (offal). Organ meats are incredibly nutritious, and they offer far more nutritional value than regular muscle meat. Similar to most animal foods, chicken liver is a rich source of dietary protein, containing 24.5 grams protein per 100 grams. The protein in chicken liver is a “complete” protein, which means that it contains all nine of the amino acids that we require from our diet. These amino acids work as the building blocks for our body, and they are involved in everything from the growth and repair of our cells to hormone production and muscle building.

Consuming large and frequent amounts of chicken liver could potentially cause vitamin A toxicity. A small portion, approximately 1 teaspoon two times weekly should cause no issues.

Chicken Liver Pâté

Prep Time 5 mins Cook Time 20 mins Total Time 25 mins
Best Season: Suitable throughout the year

Description

Baby Naturopath - Recipe

Babies have a small stomach, so each mouthful of food needs to be as nutrient dense as possible and this pâté packs a nutritional punch

Ingredients

Instructions

  1. Add all the ingredients, except the butter to a saucepan and bring to the boil then reduce heat to a simmer and cook for approximately 15 to 20 minutes or until the liver is cooked through with no pink meat when the liver is cut in two.

  2. Strain the liver mixture through a sieve to remove excess liquid.  Place the livers into a bowl adding the butter and use a stick blender or transfer to a food processor and blend until smooth.

  3. Divide into small portions and freeze.

Note

Baby Naturopath Notes

Age:  6+ months

Makes: 1 ½ cups

Freeze:  Yes

 
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Fiona Stock

Paediatric Naturopath & Nutritionist

Fiona Stock

Melbourne Naturopath 

Fiona Stock is a respected Paediatric Naturopath & Children’s Nutritionist with a career spanning over 25 years. Armed with an abundance of experience and a true desire to transform your child’s health, she’ll listen closely to understand the underlying causes of their troubling condition.

Fiona gets to the heart of your child’s presenting symptoms by deciphering what their body is trying to tell you. She will suggest simple and specific changes as well as herbal or nutritional medicine where required to nurture and restore your child, so they can enjoy the good health they deserve.

If you’ve tried everything and are yet to find solutions to your child’s health challenges – this could well be the path to take.

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Fiona is a Naturopath in Melbourne based in St.Kilda

She provides face-to-face appointments to families in Melbourne as well as phone consultations to families in rural Victoria, interstate and internationally.

 
 
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