Tuesday, October 2, 2012

Eating Green: Bitsy's Brainfood

I recently had a chance to try out Bitsy's Brainfood, healthy and fun treats that contain nutrients great for kids growing bodies and brains, including omega-3 DHA, calcium, vitamins A/B12/D3, folid acid, and fiber. They come in four unique flavors: lemon broccoli, orange chocolate beet, sweet potato oatmeal raisin, and zucchini gingerbread carrot. The flavors sounded strange to me at first, but they're pretty good - even my very picky toddler loved them.

The founders of Bitsy's Brainfood like buying organic ingredients too. Although they aren't certified organic, they do promise to use organic ingredients and real fruits and veggies, avoid preservatives and artificial colors and flavors, and avoid GMOs.

The site is kid-friendly too. Kids can learn about the different food groups and what makes them healthy, play games, and print out educational and creative activities. Parents can find out more about Bitsy, where to buy (currently only at Abe's Market and diapers.com), and also find some healthy, kid-friendly recipes.

Disclosure: I received complimentary boxes of Bitsy's Brainfood to facilitate this review.

1 comment:

  1. I was just watching a cookie review on Youtube (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Gwl2m2m2ixA) and Bitsy's Brainfood received the best review. I am looking for a healthier snack for give my niece and nephews when they come over.