As per doctors dont gave sugar and salt to ur 6 months old baby. Always start giving after 1 yr. But u can start giving little otherwise ur baby will not be in habit of eating it and will not like the taste further.
Answer: Hi.. Yes, you can introduce salt to your baby, but in minimal quantity, it should not be too much.. Avoid giving any other spices except salt and black pepper..
Answer: No dear. Salt and sugar should be avoided until your baby complete 1 year. Hope it helps.
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Question: Why babies under age 1 are not given salt and sugar? What fruits can be given to six month old?
Answer: Hi, Try not to give your baby foods that are high in sugar or salt. These foods are low in the nutrients he needs and it's easy for your baby to fill up on them, leaving less room for healthy meals. If your baby gets a taste for sugary, salty foods, it may be harder for you to persuade him to try healthy options. This is the only main reason.
Babies need only a very small amount of salt: less than 1g a day until they are 12 months, babies kidneys can't cope with more salt than this. Before your baby is six months old, he will get all the sodium he needs from breastmilk or infant formula milk.
So better to avoid it or add a very very very little amount.☺
Question: Red banana can b given to babies?
Answer: Red banana is a cold food. It is high in nutrition. so give in small quantity to baby and not too much.
Question: Should we mix salt or sugar in babies meal he is 6 mnth old
Answer: No.dear baby dont need salt or sugar so please dont give it to baby. Although a punch of salt is fine but do not give sugar to baby at all..
Question: Is sugar and salt be given to 6 month olds babies
Answer: Hello dear. Your baby's kidneys can't cope with salt, so it's not recommended for babies younger than 1 year. Your baby will get all the sodium he needs from breastmilk or infant formula milk.
Try not to give your baby foods that are high in sugar or salt. These foods are low in the nutrients the baby needs and it's easy for your baby to fill up on them, leaving less room for healthy meals.