7 months old baby

Question: Cerelac is good for babies of six months or not

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Answer: Hello, I'm happy to help. Yes you can give Cerelac to your little one after 6 months. You can also give what you make for breakfast, lunch and dinner. Here are a few foods that you can give your 6 month old: Breastmillk plus Rice Cereal. Oatmeal Cereal. Barley Cereal. Apricot Puree 6 to 8 months Apples. Avocado. Baked Apples. Dal water. Hope this information was helpful.
Answer: Yes it's good to start cerelac or ragi malt is also good option
Answer: Hi dear, it is good option. You can also try ragi malt
Answer: Make homemade Cerelac from ragi if you can
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