Answer: Hi dear. Your baby is just 9 months so you should not give solid food instead give liquid and semi solid food to you baby . Give vegetables khichdi, oatmeal, wheat dalia, daal rice, mashed banana, idli, moong daal, rice water, boiled potato, besan halwa, sooji halwa etc. You can also give mashed apple, mashed papaya, pomegranate juice, chikkoo, banana shake, mango shake, fruit custard etc.
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Question: What kind solid foods serve in 9 months old baby..
Answer: Hello dear. Let me give you a few recepies for your 9 month old baby: Breastmillk or formula plus Pureed fruits like banana, pears, peaches, apples. Pureed vegetables like carrots, sweet potatoes. Small amounts of curds. You can include soft noodles, rice and soft bread. To serve extra protein you can give nuts and dried fruits. Make sure your baby is not allergic to nuts. Take care.
Question: Hi Doctor, my baby is 7 months old.. What kind of foods can i give her to gain weight...
Answer: Hi.. Dear milk remains the prior part of your baby's diet other than that you need to experiment with your baby's favourite choices.. Make new dishes and see which your toddler likes.. You can make different porridges (vegetable khichdi, lentils and rice, only veggies), make different soups, give mashed potatoes, you can also give suji dishes (DO NOT ADD SUGAR OR SALT IF YOUR BABY IS YOUNGER THAN AN YEAR).. Also, try to include wheat bran, cashew nuts, and pumpkin seeds in your child 's meal.. It helps in building appetite.. You can divide these dishes as per as your convenience in the form of three regular meals.. Start with small bowls, then gradually you can increase the quantity..
Question: What kind of solid foods can i start to give for my six months old baby?
Answer: Breast milk or formula milk. Pureed fruits (banana, pears, peaches, avocado) Pureed vegetables (well-cooked carrots, sweet potato) Pureed tofu or cottage cheese Small amounts of unsweetened yogurt (no cow's milk until age 1) Pureed pulses. Iron-fortified cereal (oats, barley) How much per day 1 teaspoon fruit, gradually increased to 2 or 3 tablespoons in four feedings 1 teaspoon vegetables, gradually increased to 2 or 3 tablespoons in four feedings 3 to 9 tablespoons cereal in 2 or 3 feedings