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Question: Food table for 1.5years girl

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Answer: Helo mommy ..Follow 3 meals and 2 snacks plan don't bind yourself in diet chart as it's hard to follow telling this as per my personal experience.. Small kids are not having fixed schedule and even you can't follow same timing. For example if bf at 10 then after 1.5 hours give snack then after 2 hours lunch then after 1.5 hours snack then after 2 hours serve dinner. Milk should be on demand and supply basis. You can serve Dalia , khichdi , juice, fruits, daal chawal, upma , roti sabzi , idli etc to 1.5 yr old child . Happy feeding
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