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Answer: Hello.. Dear for nine month old baby, you can introduce our home made foods along with breast milk,and it is generally a practice to try all foods ,so that baby gain weight and immunity power,can introduce foods like Idly Khichdi Pongal Dhal rice Curd rice Uthappam Idyappam Can also introduce fruit juice,which contains essential nutrients for baby's growth,that includes.. Apple Chikoo Carrot Pappaya Watermelon Orange You can also steam apple or banana,in a steamer,feed in puree form,will also has lot of nutritional benefits You can introduce egg yolk, non veg soup,liver, but feed egg white, chicken, meat, fish after one year of birth
Answer: Hi.. Dear breast feed or formula milk for complete six months, nothing else.. Normal milk can be given after an year. However, 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..
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Answer: You can offer your baby a variety of foods with different textures. Here are some healthy options you may like to try: peeled slices of fruits such as apple (seb), pears (nashpati), musk melon (kharbuja), water melon (tarbooj) and mango (aam) *cooked vegetables such as carrot (gajar), cauliflower (gobhi), spinach (paalak), bottle gourd (lauki), apple gourd (tinda), broccoli (hari gobhi), and pumpkin (kaddu/sitaphal) *grilled or baked sweet potatoes (shakarkandior chakaraivalli kilangu) and yam (jimikand or senai kilangu) *idlis or upma with added vegetables *mixed vegetable uthapams *dosa with vegetables *dal or besan cheelas *porridge (dalia)  *sabudana khichdi   *paranthas with a variety of fillings such as cauliflower (gobhi), potatoes (aloo), fenugreek (methi) leaves, radish leaves (mooli), cottage cheese (paneer), minced soya and boiled/minced chicken or mutton *chapattis made from flour mixed with cooked dal *creamy milkshakes and soups *macaroni or pasta in cheese or tomato sauce  *rice with dal  *curd with vegetable pulao *chicken nuggets or baked chicken with soup *chicken mince (keema) with chapati *Formula or breastmilk is still an important part of your baby's diet. *If you feel your baby needs more fluids you could give her cooled, boiled water. You could also try healthy drinks such as fruit and vegetable juices as well as smoothies and milkshakes. * You can give her milk based drinks such as milkshakes, almond (badaam) milk, smoothies, lassi or chhaach. If she doesn't like milk, give two portions of calcium-rich foods instead. It is not a good idea to give your child more than 400ml of milk a day. If you do, it may cut her appetite for solid foods that have other essential nutrients like iron and vitamins.
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Answer: Hi.. Dear you need to experiment with your baby's favourite choices.. Make new dishes and see which your toddler likes.. You can make different porridges (vegetable khichdi, lentils and rice, only veggies), make different soups, make mashed potatoes dishes (tikki or cutlets), try giving brown bread pizza (using pizza sauce and cheese), make custard of seasonal fruits, suji or atta halwa, I am sure your baby will like some out of these..Also, try to include wheat bran, cashew nuts, and pumpkin seeds in your child 's meal.. It helps in building appetite..
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Answer: 8 am - bm / fm 9 am. Rava idly, oats ragi dosa, suji kheer, banana porridge, pancakes, apple puree( any one) 11 am. Bm/ fm 12 pm. Mashed banana, curd, 1 pm. Khichdi, potato and carrot khichdi, curd rice, ragi porridge, suji upma with veggie 3 pm. Bm / fm 5 pm. Any finger soft fruit, yogurt, boiled sweet potato, apple smoothy 7 pm. Uttpam, suji kheer, moong daal with rice, raw banana porridge, barley cereal, wheat cereal Quantity. Liquid 3 to 4 spoon Thick food 3 to 4 spoon Fruit. (Half one time )
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