Answer: Mothers are usually recommended to exclusively breastfeed for their baby’s first six months.
After six months, breastmilk alone doesn't provide your baby with enough nutrients, particularly iron, so you will need to gradually introduce other foods.
Waiting until six months to introduce your baby to solid food protects her health. It reduces the chance that she will develop allergies or pick up an infection from food.
Please breast feed your baby exclusively for the first 6 months not only is your breast milk easy to digest but contains essential nutrients, fats and antibodies which will help baby to grow , develop and fight illness if any
Your babys digestive system is immature at 3 months he might not be able to digest any thing other than breast milk hence would suggest wait untill your baby turns 6 months
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Question: How we make daal ka pani and of which daal
Answer: Urad dal ka Pani is very healthy.
Just pressure cook urad dal--- 1 Katori dal with 2 glasses of water.
Once cooked after 1 whistle (split dal)
Cooked after 2 whistles( whole round dal)
You can mash and seive the dal ----collect the drained water.
Add salt and feed to baby.
Same way do --- moong dal, masoor and tuar dal.
Rajma-- 3 whistles.
Mix rice water+ dal water add little fresh cow ghee+ salt feed your baby this yumilicious concoction.
Once baby likes it ..you can directly start mashing dal no need to take out the water by seiving.
Question: When can i start giving daal ka paani and other things like this to my baby?
Answer: Hi.. Only breast feed or formula milk for first six months. After completion of six months you can give boiled cereal water first (dal ka pani), then semi liquid porridges (vegetable khichdi, lentil and rice porridges), boiled and mashed potatoes, bananas (mashed or in the form of smoothie). Avoid bananas during winters. If the baby is able to digest these food sources, then introduce ragi, oats, dalia.
Question: My ma-in-law says that we can start giving daal ka paani and strained fruit juice to baby post 4 months of age. Is that okay?
Answer: No start it after 6 month as your baby tummy not face it