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Question: my baby is 2 year old he does not take any solid foods if you take solid foods he will vomit
Answer: Hello dear It might be due to various reasons: Does not like the taste of food he eat They don't like the texture of food But if ur baby is having proper milk and is active enough then u don't have to worry. Just try to engage ur baby in something and then try to feed him. This is the trick i usually try and in this way something goes to baby stomach.
Question: Plz suggest some diet plan for my 10 months old baby boy.he eats nothing and he is on formula milk
Answer: Hi dear, Yes,you must start giving solid diet along with breastfeed.remember the motive is to introduce variety of solids for taste and texture and not to increase weight through it.start very slow by introducing one solid at a time.watch out for any kind of indigestion or allergies.Home cooked food is more beneficial as they are fresh and free from any preservatives. Try giving him mashed banana,boiled mashed apple.ragi porridge with pinch of jaggery. Mashed boiled rice with daal water. Clear vegetable soups,tomato soups .mashed veggies like carrot and potato.homecooked idly is easy to digest too.khichdi is excellent now.you can also add some spices like jeera to add flavor.remember not to put salt in food before 1 year.youay add just a pinch so it doesn't appear bland.beleive me that much salt is just right.donot introduce cow milk products before 1 year,as this could give baby lactose intolerance.whole wheat roti dipp d it daal could also be given .juices should always be given in diluted form and never concentrated from.biscuits should be avoided too.Also refer the healofy app for daily updates on baby development and growth,as well as pregnancy care.it also gives you enormous info on post delivery baby care and diet.donot miss out!
Question: My baby is 13 months old. Whatever he eats he omits plz suggest me some thing
Answer: Hi Dear! It cud be dud to the texture or gag reflex which is very common in babies who hv not had any textured food earlier.. Try giving finger food instead. Big enough for him to hold and chomp. Something soft like a piece of ripe guava, or cooked carrot or pumpkin, or steamed apple. Let him hold and eat it. Even better is something crunchy that breaks up easily in the mouth like a paper dosa or rawa uttapam. It will gradually get better as he gets used to manipulate the food in the mouth. But if you leave it too long it will be more difficult for baby to make the transition. Hope this helps!