Anti-inflammatory Tummy Variety *New*
Anti-inflammatory Tummy Variety *New*
Anti-inflammatory Tummy Variety *New*
Anti-inflammatory Tummy Variety *New*

Anti-inflammatory Tummy Variety *New*

Regular price $39.99 Sale

Total 17 pouches

At Amara, we use an innovative production technique* that preserves the nutrition, taste, and texture of vegetables and fruits.  Amara is one step away from fresh homemade, a great food choice for your baby. Easy prep and easy to pack - slip a few pouches into your diaper bag and get on with your busy day.

Here is a variety pack to help ease your baby's digestion and keep tummy troubles at bay. Each variety pack contains 3 boxes. 

1 box of Amara Oats n Berries with 5 pouches inside:

Why Amara Oats n' Berries: 

Oatmeal is a nutritious, fiber filled meal for your baby that can also help with your baby’s digestion and is anti-inflammatory. Oatmeal is easy to digest for your baby’s digestive system and is high in dietary fiber. This dietary fiber helps facilitate easy bowl movement for your baby. Furthermore, oats are also rich in iron, magnesium and zinc – all important for your baby’s digestive system.

1 box of Amara Applesauce with Maqui Berry with 5 pouches inside:

Why Amara Applesauce with Maqui Berry:

Easy to digest, apples have been studies for their anti-inflammatory benefits and because they can help improve your gut microbiome. Applesauce may help alleviate symptoms of diarrhea and constipation because of their fiber. Apples contain phytochemicals called flavonoids. The polyphenols in apples actually form a protective layer on the stomach lining, helping to sooth your babies upset stomach. Apples also are rich in dietary fiber and pectin, which are essential for smooth bowl movements. This makes it a great choice for babies whose digestive systems are maturing and need foods that are easy to digest. Feeding your baby applesauce can help with diarrhea and constipation.

1 box of Amara Banana with 7 pouches inside:

Why Amara Banana:

Most of you will be surprised to see banana on the list as it has a bad reputation but bananas are recommended to treat inflammatory bowel disease in the anti-inflammatory diet (Nutrition Journal, January 2014). They are also great sources of fiber which help bind your baby’s bowel movements if he/she has diarrhea. As any fruit, bananas have natural sugars so make sure you balance vegetables in your baby’s diet as well.