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Question: My son is 8 month old...his weight is only 7 kg, birth weight was 3 kg...pls suggest me some weight gaining tips for mu baby
Answer: Hello, you can feed him all kind of foods. you can try introducing him to finger foods like boiled vegetables just arrange them in a plate and give , also can give the food decorated with some smileys etc., so that he get attracted to eat the food. You can give your baby boiled smashed veggies, apples, fruit juices , ghee, butter, dal pani, smashed rice , egg yolk, paneer, ghee butter, yogurt etc . food should be well cooked, soft and easy to digest , remember to follow the 3 days-wait-rule. One time breastfeeding is important. Hope this helps.
Question: Pls tell me weight gaining food for my 1 yrs 2 month babg boy .. now his weight is 7 kg... Am worried pls help me
Answer: You may consider keeping a food diary for your kid and make a note of likes, dislikes, preferences and allergies, and prepare weekly menus to make food-time fun and fight-free for both mom and kid. the best foods for weight gain in babies and toddlers that you should include in their diet:
2. Sweet potato
6. Dairy(milk, butter, cheese etc.)
8. Dry fruit and seeds (Almonds, pistachios, walnuts, apricots, cashews, raisins and seeds like sesame, pumpkin, flax, etc.)
9. Avocados(they can be added to a milk shake too.)
10. Tropical fruits and vegetables
Question: My son is 14 months old his weight is 8 kgs pls help me to increase his weight i am very much worried
Don't worry dear ,Can suggest some home remedies
1) you can add some dry fruit powder in his diet. U can make dry fruit laddoos in his breakfast menu
2) You can also give banana , chikku which can also
Don't stress yourself so much . Actually if your son is active the weight showing on the scale doesn't matter.
Question: Hi, my son is 3 year old nd his weight is only 11 kg. Nd his very skinny. Please suggest something for my child's weight gain.
Answer: Hi you can give all the homecooked food such roti Partha veggies fruits dry fruits legumes veggies nuts peanut beans rice dal kichadi oatmeal green leafy vegetables beetroot drumsticks date cereals pulses milk and milk products other dairy products it will help take care