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Question: My baby born on 8.1 month complete please suggest for his diet weekly basis.

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Answer: Hello dear Diet for 8 month old baby: At 8:00 or whatever be baby wake up time u can give breast or formula milk At 9:30: Banana porridge Barley porridge  Oats banana porridge  Suji kheer At 11 am: Egg yolk Panner cube Bread slice Fruits but do avoid citrus fruit till 1 year of age At 1 pm when baby wake up after nap Pumpkin khichdi Lauki khichdi Rice and mixed vegetable Egg yolk and rice Potato and carrot khichdi At 3 pm: u can offer any fruit juice or milk At 6 pm:  Panner piece Carrot stripe Potato.stripe Beetroot stripe Suji or besan halwa Cerelac At 8 pm: Rawa idli Potato khichdi Plain khichdi Roti soaked in daal
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