8 months old baby

Question: Food chart for 8months baby

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Answer: Hello dear, you can start fruit based cerelac. And Oats Apple porridge, Suji porridge, Sweet potato kheer, suji Upma, Banana slices, Water melon scoops, Kitchari, curd mashed, Fruit Yogurt, Banana smoothie, Papaya milkshake,  Cheeku smoothie, Strawberry milkshake, Masoor dal khichdi,  Spinach Khichdi with curd... Half bowl is enough at a time and give 3 times in a day. Rest of time you can give formula or breast milk. 
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