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Question: How increase body weight my 3 mouth baby girl

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Answer: Feed the baby every 2 hours Baby should double in birth weight at 6 months
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Question: How to increase weight of my 3 yr old girl
Answer: Hi dear I can suggest you diet chart which will help your baby to be healthy  Early morning  A glass of milk, 2 marie biscuits Breakfast  1/2 bowl of milk with cornflakes and ½ banana 1/2 cup oatmeal with ½ teaspoon of honey and half an apple 1/2 cup dalia made with milk with crushed or powdered nuts 1/2 cup Suki halwa with powdered cashews and almonds 1/2 bowl of vegetable poha 1 cheese and tomato sandwich 1 vegetable sandwich ½stuffed veg paratha  1 idli with peanut chutney ½ cup Suji upma with vegetables 1 small cheela with tomato chutney or sauce 2 pieces paneer sandwich dhokla with green chutney Mid morning snacks 1 small banana, a small apple, 1 orange, half a cup cut papaya or any other seasonal fruit 2 marie or whole-wheat biscuits ½ cup cut seasonal fruit 1/2 glass shikanji with honey ½ cup plain chaas Lunch 1 small chapatti smeared with little ghee with ¼ cup dal and ¼ cup vegetable. Keep serving different vegetables and dals. ¼ cup dal and ¼ cup seasonal vegetable with ½ cup rice. Add ½ teaspoon ghee to dal. 1 cup vegetable khichdi with ½ teaspoon ghee on top. ½ cup rice with ½ cup of sambar and 1 teaspoon peanut chutney. 1 cup vegetable pulao with ½ cup yogurt or raita. ½ cup matar paneer with ½ cup rice or 1 small parantha Evening snack ½ cup milk with 2 wholewheat crackers 1 small sandwich with mixed fruit jam and butter 1 smallpeanut butter sandwich ½ cup fresh fruit cut in to cubes and ½ cup milk 1 cup fresh fruit milkshake(banana, mango, cheeku etc) 1 cup fresh fruit smoothie 5-6 sweet potato  3-4 Tofu or paneer stick Dinner ½ cup pulao with mixed raita ½ to 1 cup upma with vegetables ½ to 1 cup pasta with cheese ½ to 1 cup Vegetable noodles ½ to 1 cup khichdi with veggies ½ cup matar paneer with ½ cup rice or 1 small parantha 1 small chapatti with paneer bhurji 
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Question: Hw to increase weight of my 3 months baby girl.?
Answer: There are several simple things that have been proven to help with weight gain : Stop or decrease solid foods, particularly if baby is younger than 6 months. Most solids foods have fewer calories and nutrients than breastmilk, plus they tend to replace (rather than add to) the higher-calorie, more nutritious breastmilk.Sleep close to your baby (this increases prolactin and frequency of nursing).Learn baby massage — this has been proven to improve digestion and weight gain.Carry baby throughout the day in a baby carrier; get as much skin to skin contact as you can. Both of these things have been shown to improve weight gain.Nurse often – at least every 2 hours during the day and at least once at night. Frequent nursing increases baby’s milk intake.Make sure you’re allowing your baby to completely finish one side before you offer the other by waiting upon her cues that she is finished; i.e. pulling off herself and looking satisfied, going to sleep, changing from an active suck/swallow to more of a pacifier suck, etc. Always OFFER the second side, but don’t worry if she doesn’t seem to need it. It’s much more important that she be allowed to completely finish one side than that she nurse both sides. By doing so she will be assured of reaching enough of the richer, more caloric hindmilk that helps her to go longer between feedings.Use breast massage and breast compression during breastfeeding. If you’re pumping, use hands on pumping techniques.Pump or hand express for a couple of minutes before nursing. This will remove some of the foremilk so that your baby receives more of the richer, higher calorie hindmilk.If supplements are medically indicated, breastmilk is preferred over formula as a supplement (exceptions to this are rare), and the average fat/calorie content of mom’s milk is higher than that of formula. Mom can pump for 5-10 minutes after nursing (don’t interrupt or shorten the nursing session to do this), and offer this higher-fat hindmilk to baby as needed. This is also an option for moms who normally offer expressed milk when they are separated from baby
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Question: how to increase body weight of baby
Answer: follow a balanced diet, which is a combination of healthy foods. Good milk production will help to gain weight of ur baby. A balanced diet includes: Starchy foods, such as rice, bread, potato (aloo), wholewheat rotis, oats (jaee), semolina (suji) and pasta. Choose wholegrain or multi-grain varieties of cereal-based starchy foods for added nutrients and fibre. Some dairy produce, such as a glass of milk, curd (dahi). Some protein, such as lentils, pulses, eggs, fish and lean meat. Plenty of fruit and vegetables are good for feeding mother. For Iron take anaar, spinach, apple, banana, leafy veggie. include pulses, sprouts, dry fruits, If you are none vegetarian take lean red meat, fish and poultry. Eggs are also a good source of iron. Eat at least three daily servings of calcium-rich foods such as milk and other dairy products, fish, almonds, or calcium-fortified foods like cereals, juices, soy and rice beverages, and breads. For vitamin D sun helps your body produce vitamin D. Good sources are oily fish also. Vitamin C helps your body to absorb iron better. Citrus fruits, amla, amrood and papaya are a good source of vitamin C. Vitamin A finds in Carrots , eggs, sweet potato (shakarkandi), dark leafy greens, pumpkin (kaddu), red capsicum (laal shimla mirch), peas (matar), tomato (tamatar) and mango (aam) are rich in vitamin A. You can also have a handful of nuts as a light snack. If you must eat the laddoos or panjiri you can reduce the calorie count by eating smaller portions.
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Question: Hw to increase weight of my 3 months baby girl.?
Answer: There are several simple things that have been proven to help with weight gain : Stop or decrease solid foods, particularly if baby is younger than 6 months. Most solids foods have fewer calories and nutrients than breastmilk, plus they tend to replace (rather than add to) the higher-calorie, more nutritious breastmilk.Sleep close to your baby (this increases prolactin and frequency of nursing).Learn baby massage — this has been proven to improve digestion and weight gain.Carry baby throughout the day in a baby carrier; get as much skin to skin contact as you can. Both of these things have been shown to improve weight gain.Nurse often – at least every 2 hours during the day and at least once at night. Frequent nursing increases baby’s milk intake.Make sure you’re allowing your baby to completely finish one side before you offer the other by waiting upon her cues that she is finished; i.e. pulling off herself and looking satisfied, going to sleep, changing from an active suck/swallow to more of a pacifier suck, etc. Always OFFER the second side, but don’t worry if she doesn’t seem to need it. It’s much more important that she be allowed to completely finish one side than that she nurse both sides. By doing so she will be assured of reaching enough of the richer, more caloric hindmilk that helps her to go longer between feedings.Use breast massage and breast compression during breastfeeding. If you’re pumping, use hands on pumping techniques.Pump or hand express for a couple of minutes before nursing. This will remove some of the foremilk so that your baby receives more of the richer, higher calorie hindmilk.If supplements are medically indicated, breastmilk is preferred over formula as a supplement (exceptions to this are rare), and the average fat/calorie content of mom’s milk is higher than that of formula. Mom can pump for 5-10 minutes after nursing (don’t interrupt or shorten the nursing session to do this), and offer this higher-fat hindmilk to baby as needed. This is also an option for moms who normally offer expressed milk when they are separated from baby
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