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Question: Can i give kiwi fruit to my 8 months baby
Answer: kiwi to baby between8-10 months old (some say as early as 6 months). Kiwi fruits are very nutritious for your little one but they are acidic. This acidity makes Kiwi a bit difficult to serve to babies under 8 months of age. kiwi fruit is packed with vital nutrients such as vitamins K, C and E, potassium, folate, dietary fibre, copper, choline, magnesium and phosphorus. Kiwis offer a host of benefits for babies, children and adults. ... Being high in fibre, it is helpful in relieving constipation.
Kiwi is a known allergenic food. Talk to your doctor before introducing it to babies, especially if you have a family history of food allergies. Children are more sensitive than adults, but the good news is that their sensitivity to food may decrease as they grow.
Question: Can I give kiwi fruit for my 7 months baby
Answer: yes you can give..if your baby has shown any food sensitivities such as tummy troubles or the tendency to get diaper rashes, you may want to hold off serving kiwi until she is between 10-12months old. As mentioned, kiwi is not a highly allergenic fruit so there should be no concerns about a true allergy to this fruit.
Question: Can i give kiwi fruit to my 9 months old baby
Answer: Hello dear. If your baby has shown any food sensitivities such as tummy troubles or the tendency to get diaper rashes. You should wait till 1 year, otherwise it can be given in small quantities.