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Question: Hii can I gv ghee to my 6 months old baby??

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Answer: yes after your baby completes 180 days or 6 months you can start adding few drops of ghee to her for porridges or any solid food u gv him ... if you can possibly make ghee at home it is more healthy and preferable than store bought ghee ... do not add more than few drops or one small teaspoon ... Ghee will help your baby to gain weight and it is very good source of fat ..
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