7 months old baby

Question: My baby's body seems very loose. Not stiff. I have started only one time semi-solid food and my milk supply is gradually lowering. He is doing normal activities but what to do for him to gain strength?

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Answer: Hello, as and when the baby grows he will gain the strength but you can also give him protein rich foods like fish, beans, and eggs. Proteins help with your child's growth and muscle development.  can give him bananas mashed sweet potatoes which will help in gaining the weight , pulses are rich in proteins, magnesium, calcium, iron, fibre and potassium you can introduce dals in the form of soup or daal paani, which is one of the most popular weight gain drinks for children. you can give Ragi , ghee and butter as well. you can give him eggs as well. don't worry and feed him with nutritious food he will be alright. If the baby is active there is nothing to get worried .
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