RTE has produced a video to help you decide which foods you want to buy.
It is based on a research study conducted by researchers at the University of Illinois, Chicago, and is aimed at helping you to make a better informed purchase.
The video, entitled Baby Food: What’s the Best for Your Baby?
, shows an interactive graphic that shows you the most important nutrients for your baby’s well-being.
In the video, the presenter, professor of food science and technology, Dr. Sarah Hochberg, explains how nutrients can be delivered to the brain.
She also explains how the brain uses the nutrients in baby food to regulate the body’s metabolism, regulate blood sugar and keep the baby from becoming dehydrated.
She says that babies who eat the right amount of nutrients can stay hydrated, sleep better and be more alert for longer.
The most important vitamins are thiamin, riboflavin, niacin and vitamin B12, according to the video.
The most important minerals are potassium, magnesium, calcium, zinc and manganese.
Hochberg says that the nutrients your baby needs in the diet can be found in baby foods made by companies such as Trader Joe’s, Kellogg’s and Kraft.
The researchers behind the video also looked at baby foods from supermarkets and health food stores and looked for foods that were fortified with calcium and iron.
They looked at a list of the top 100 foods to find foods with the highest levels of nutrients.
In the end, they found that the top 10 foods were mainly made of animal products, including milk, eggs, meats and cheese.
A number of the baby foods also contain artificial colours and flavours, which can be distracting to the baby, according the video’s creators.
The study has been published in the journal Science Translational Medicine.
This story originally appeared on RTE.co.uk