Question: Diet chart with timings for 8 months plus baby
Answer: Mon Apple Suji Kheer BM/ Formula Mashed Khichdi with veggies BM/ Formula Roti soaked in dal BM/ Formula Tue BM/ Formula Stewed Fruits BM/ Formula Idlis soaked in dal BM/ Formula Bottle gourd sabji with rice BM/ Formula Wed BM/ Formula Suji Halwa BM/Formula Beetroot and Carrot mash BM/ Formula Fresh mashed paneer BM/ Formula Thu BM/ Formula Rice cereal with stewed apple BM/ Formula Mixed veg soup and mashed rice BM/ Formula Suji Upma with veggies BM/ Formula Fri BM/ Formula Banana smoothie BM/ Formula Plain Curd rice BM/ Formula Khichdimashed BM/ Formula Sat BM/ Formula Atta Halwa BM/ Formula Pumpkin and carrot Mash BM/ Formula Idli soaked in vegetable soup BM/ Formula Sun BM/ Formula Ragi Porridge BM/ Formula Homemade Curd rice BM/ Formula Lentil soup BM/ Formula
Question: Diet chart for 8 months plus baby
Answer: Hi So, here the are list of healthy food items for a 8-month old baby: Fruits puree: Fruits can be steamed and mashed or pureed to be given as their first solid food. The popular fruits that are given as baby foods are apple, banana, pear, chikoo and peach. Vegetable puree: Vegetables such a sweet potato, potato, carrot, sweet pumpkin, french beans etc. can be steamed and given either as finger food or as a puree. Pulses Soup: Variety of pulses, especially dals can be boiled with water and the soup of the dal, which contains the nutrient extract of it, can be given as a source of proteins to babies. Rice porridge: Rice is a good source of carbohydrates and vitamins for babies. Broken rice can be given as porridge, made in breast milk. Cereal porridge: can also be made from a variety of single grain cereals like wheat, millets, barley, oats, etc. in breast milk or formula milk. These cereals can be dried and powdered together or separately, to make a mix for the gruel. Vegetable soup: A variety of vegetables can be boiled in water, and the stock can be used for making soup. Yoghurt: Although cow’ milk is not allowed until the age of one for babies, unsweetened yoghurt can be given in moderate amount as an alternative to purees.
Question: I want Diet chart for 14 months old baby.
Answer: include iron rich food in your babies diet . had breakfast you can give milk and biscuits ,oatmeal with milk ,you can also make pancake and toppings with honey and banana , at lunch you can give rice and dal . you can also give scrambled egg and bread , you can also give banana . dry fruits like walnut is good for the baby so you can take the walnuts and apricots and blend in a Blender and mixe with milk and you can give to the baby . you can also give fruits like apple pomegranate banana watermelon . if your breastfeeding it is also good .