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Question: Plz sent me.....10 months baby diet chart

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Answer: Hi Dear! A 10 months baby should be slowly transitioned to home made food with texture and variety, basically family food without salt and sugar, the baby portion can be taken out before adding salt and sugar..Baby needs needs abt 2 meal and a snacks now. Giving few food suggestions you can interchange in meals and snacks and offer.. Breakfast: Oats Porridge with nuts powder Aloo Paratha Roti with ghee Whole wheat bread toast Rawa upma Fruit salad Lunch: Curd Rice Spinach rice with fish Tomato Rice with chicken Peas pulao with veggies curry Daal-Rice with okra fry Quinoa Dinner; Roti with veg curry Oats with veggies Banana Oats pan cake Rawa halwa Kheer roti with either honey or jaggery small spoon Good luck & Hope this helps!
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