Store-Bought Baby Food Healthier Than Homemade

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A new study found that store-bought baby food may actually be a healthier option than homemade recipes.

Researchers said that home-cooked recipes often exceed energy and fat recommendations, whereas pre-packaged offerings from stores are much better at following nutritional guidelines.

Researchers said that they also tend to have a greater vegetable variety per meal, compared to just one or two for home-cooked recipes.

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