12 months old baby

Question: My daughter is 11 months old. I am giving all foods. A well balanced diet. But she is not gaining weight. Please suggest some weight gaining foods.

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Answer: Hello dear Ensure that all dairy products, such as milk, yoghurt, cheese should be given to baby. Try adding butter, ghee, to your toddler's food.  Give baby potatoes, sweet potato, avocado, chicken, meat, eggs, banana Daily You can also give grated cheese in pasta and other preparation Some great sources of proteins for weight and muscle gaining are eggs, milk, banana, chicken, potatoes desi ghee, cheese etc.
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    Sharon Olive116 days ago

    I am giving all the above listed foods you mentioned. But she is still the same.

Answer: What is her weight
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    Sharon Olive115 days ago

    8 kg

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