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Question: Plz give me 6 month baby food chart
Answer: Hello dear..since your baby has reached six months,it is better to start solid along with breast milk is very important for weight gain and immunity power Breastfeeding Breastfeed your baby,as much as you can,it has lot of nutrients and a great antioxidant,during breastfeeding,take a healthy nutrious diet,it makes your baby more healthy Ragi porridge you can start ragi porridge,it will makes your baby to gain weight,and it's very healthy Wheat porridge feed them with wheat porridge,it is very nutrious and healthy option to gain weight.. You can also make multigrain sathu mavu porridge,it is an better option and very nutrious food for baby.. Home made cerelac powder is very nutrious, it is very helpful for babies to gain weight,it is loaded with lot of minerals,vitamins and antioxidants.. Home made cerelac recipe Ingredients Green gram 1 cup Ragi 1 cup Bajra 1 cup Channa dal 1 cup Roasted dal 1 cup Groundnut 1 cup Cashew 1/2 cup Groundnut 1/2 cup Almonds 1/2 cup Pistachio 50 gm Dry ginger 25 gm Ajwan seeds 10 gm Elaichi 5 to 10 pods Method of preparation Dry roast all the powder separately, until it's nice aroma smell Sun dry after roasting for one or two days Put in a mixer , grind coarsely and make powder Preparation of porridge For porridge mix 2 tablespoon of this powder with water or milk,stir them continuously ,boil them for five minutes,stir them continuously without any lumps , you can add palm sugar,and make it to porridge consistency and serve.
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Question: 6 month baby food chart
Answer: Hey congratulations finally your baby will be experiencing all delicious foid cooked by you. Its an overwhelming moment for both mother and baby. As baby will be tasting new array of food, breastmilk will still be major part of his diet. For intial few days don't expect your baby to finish of his meal. Its just got him to get used to the taste. Always feed one food item at a time. Don't mix sugar or salt to his food. Baby has never tasted it so he ll never know the difference. Now coming to meal planning- 7-8am Breastmilk 9-10am Breakfast (apple puree/Banana puree/ragi porridge /oats porridge /Barley porridge/Suji kheer 11-1pm Breastmilk 2-3 pm Lunch (rice/ moong dal/ Carrot puree/Potato puree/Pumpkin Puree/Cauliflower puree/Broccoli puree For rest of the day give him breastmilk. Once he is accustomed to the food and all chances of allergy and discomfort is eliminated you can include solids on dinner as well.
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Answer: Hii The first foods offered to a baby are called stage 1 baby food. They are pureed and strained so that the little ones can gulp and digest them easily. They are low on allergy grade. 1. Milk Continue breast milk or formula for your baby as it is the main source of nutrition for babies until one year . Breastfeed every two to three hours or on demand. Alternatively, offer 24-37 ounces of formula milk every day. 2. Stage 1 fruits Apples, avocados, apricots, bananas, mango, nectarines, peaches, papaya, pears, plums, prunes, and pumpkin make great first foods for a baby. 3. Stage 1 veggies Babies can digest boiled and mashed vegetables such as beans (green), carrots, sweet potato, squash, green peas, and potatoes. 4. Water Give boiled and cooled water to your baby at least thrice a day. 5. Cereals and pulses Cereals and pulses such as rice, barley, and oats provide essential nutrients to the growing babies. Wake up time Formula or breast milk. Continue breastfeeding for the rest of the day. Breakfast (7:30 to 8am) Fruit mash or vegetable mash Lunch (11:30 to 12:30pm) Cereals such as rice, barley or oats Snacks (3:30 to 4pm) Fruit or vegetable purees Dinner (6 to 7pm) Veggies, fruit mix or grains Remember that you are preparing the chart for your reference only. You need not have to stick to a schedule strictly. Offer milk and solids in an order that is convenient to you and acceptable to your baby. However, make food so tasty that your baby would not mind eating it at any time of the day. Start with servings of 5-10ml or one teaspoon and increase the amounts . The baby may eat just half a spoon initially. Do not force-feed her. Also, moving to solids is not an easy task as you need to be careful not to choke the baby or hurt her tummy with heavy foods. Take enough care not to harm the baby when you are feeding solids.
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