11 months old baby

Question: How to Wight gain my child

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Answer: Give a healthy diet Feed your baby well and frequently You can now introduce fruits and some solid and healthy foods ljje., Khichdi, daliya, cerelac, rice daal water, curd etc
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Question: How to gain my child weight
Answer: Hi dear I can suggest you diet chart which will help your baby to be healthy, I also used the same for my baby and saw improvement. Hope you would also find it effective. 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: How to gain weight of my child
Answer: Using pediasure or ensure Plus--- good brands milk protein powder is important you can also check over the counter nourishments such as vitamin B12 syrups polybion-l which will increase your baby's appetite . if you feel your baby is eating less, your 5 years old baby should measure minimum 20 kgs now if he is less than 20 kgs then you need to worry and incorporate changes in his diet but if he is healthily gaining weight about 20 kgs then you should not worry. because after first year of your baby , your baby must put up 2 to 3 kgs weight every year so if your baby was 10 kg by 1 year he must be 20 to 25 kg by now . feed more of Carbohydrates such as potato /sweet potato rice porridge mixed with Ragi and Maize, you can also try small millet and feed him multigrain Atta Roti of equal parts of chana Ragi maize wheat and millet to increase his weight. you must focus on fruits which are instant source of energy such as sugarcane juice and add smoothies such as Alphonso mango smoothies, these Alphonso mangoes are very seasonal and less in pesticides and carbides and their properties for weight gain. you can give one mango a day do not over do with mango because that can increase your baby's body temperature and may cause heat induced acnes. you must feed yoghurt at least once a day include dairy products such as cheese and Paneer thrice a week if you are fine with eating eggs you must incorporate eggs 4 times a week to increase your baby's weight you can also try pumpkin soup avocado soup and butternut squash these are sure shot weight gaining foods when served with yoghurt. most importantly give healthy choices, avoid junk foods take care
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Question: How to gain weight for my child?
Answer: Hi give him all the homecooked food such roti Partha veggies fruits dry fruits legumes veggies nuts peanut beans rice dal kichadi oatmeal Partha egg meat fish chicken if you are non vegeterian green leafy vegetables beetroot drumsticks date dry fruits milk and milk products nuts peanut fruit beans legumes veggies rice and plenty of fluids which helps. Take care
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