Fruits are widely loved and almost everyone has their favourite kind. They are sweet, flavourful and come in a wide spectrum of appealing colours. Still,… Read More »Beware of Toxic Artificially Ripened Fruits
On our article on complementary feeding (“weaning”) we pointed out that feeding with other foods other than breast milk should begin at the age of… Read More »Is It Safe To Introduce Eggs During Complementary Feeding?
It’s usually recommended that once a child reaches the age of six months that weaning be started. This is because, while being the best food… Read More »Complementary Feeding: Winning with Proper Weaning
Aflatoxin is probably not a new word to you if you live in this country. In different periods, we have seen and heard about people… Read More »Aflatoxin: A Preventable Threat in Our Foods
Indigenous crops are mostly grown in almost all parts of the countryside. These crops are rich in protein, dietary fibre, carbohydrates, vitamin and minerals. Indeed… Read More »Indigenous Foods the Answer to Malnutrition in Kenya
Crisps are one of the most consumed snack in the country. You cannot miss them in most shops and street vendors that sell snacks. The… Read More »Unsafe Chemical Found in Some Kenyan Potato Crisps
When you hear the word Blackberry probably the first thing that comes to your mind is the smart phone brand of the same name. But… Read More »The Nutrition Value and Health Benefits of Blackberries
What are Gooseberries? Gooseberries, as the name suggests, are small berries oval in shape that are indigenous to Europe and parts of Asia. They’re however… Read More »The Nutrition Value and Health Benefits of Gooseberries